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Me and my fiance' are about to start this process and I have been studying the process the whole of today. I just wanna get a few tips on some of the successful applicants...regarding the G-325A form, it says that it has to be signed..also the letter of intent to marry and apparently I also need to have a passport pic included in the packet..so my question is, how do I go about all that? Do I just print the forms, sign them and scan them? Or do I actually mail them together with my pic? My fiance is currently in the States and I am in the Philippines..I don't know how I should go about it and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! :)

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Hi guys

Me and my fiance' are about to start this process and I have been studying the process the whole of today. I just wanna get a few tips on some of the successful applicants...regarding the G-325A form, it says that it has to be signed..also the letter of intent to marry and apparently I also need to have a passport pic included in the packet..so my question is, how do I go about all that? Do I just print the forms, sign them and scan them? Or do I actually mail them together with my pic? My fiance is currently in the States and I am in the Philippines..I don't know how I should go about it and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! :)

Both the G-325A and the letter of intent need to have the original signature so you will need to send them with your photos. Good luck!

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Hi guys

Me and my fiance' are about to start this process and I have been studying the process the whole of today. I just wanna get a few tips on some of the successful applicants...regarding the G-325A form, it says that it has to be signed..also the letter of intent to marry and apparently I also need to have a passport pic included in the packet..so my question is, how do I go about all that? Do I just print the forms, sign them and scan them? Or do I actually mail them together with my pic? My fiance is currently in the States and I am in the Philippines..I don't know how I should go about it and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! :)

All forms requiring signatures need to be originals. NO scans. You can print as many as you need, but the signature can not be a photocopy. You fill out the form, print it, sign it and send it off so yes, you would sign all that needs to be signed by you and send with your 2x2 US style passport photo.

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Our K-1 and AOS Journey

05/12-05/22/10-met my sweetheart and family(had lots of fun!)
12/13-12/26/11-met again for engagement/Christmas
04/10/12-I-129F petition sent
04/13/12-USPS delivery confirmation
04/18/12-NOA1 text/email
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10/15/12-NOA2 letter received
10/27/12-NVC letter received
11/28/12-Medical Exam-PASSED
12/07/12-K-1 Interview-APPROVED

02/12/13-POE-Atlanta
03/04/13-Wedding
03/27/13-AOS,EAD,AP delivered
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04/26/13-Biometrics appointment(walk-in done 04/17)

06/03/13-EAD card production/AP post decision approval

06/10/13-EAD/AP combo card received

04/04/14-AOS card production/decision

04/11/14-NOA2 welcome to the USA

04/12/14-Received GC

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Yes, you need to mail them because it needs your original signature. Do not send a form with your scanned signature.

You need to send him your letter of intent, signed and dated (take the VJ example one), your passport pic and G-325A. If you have proofs of meeting in the last 2years (boarding passes?), you can scan them and email them to him (you keep the originals for your interview). :)


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- Aug 31st, 2011 - Mailed I-129F package - May 29th, 2012 - Mailed AOS/EAD/AP package

- Apr 13th, 2012 - Visa received - Aug 24th, 2012 - Green Card received

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- May 19th, 2014 - Mailed ROC package to CSC

- Aug 8th, 2014 - Green Card received

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Get lots of passport photos...you're going to need them throughout your entire journey. I've lost count of how many passport photos Chinook has submitted.


Tahoma and Chinook's K1 story --->> http://www.visajourney.com/forums/user/57425-tahoma/

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Get lots of passport photos...you're going to need them throughout your entire journey. I've lost count of how many passport photos Chinook has submitted.

:thumbs: :thumbs: Agreed. I can't keep up with the count that will or might be needed. Fortunately, passport photos are really cheap in PH compared to US :)


Our K-1 and AOS Journey

05/12-05/22/10-met my sweetheart and family(had lots of fun!)
12/13-12/26/11-met again for engagement/Christmas
04/10/12-I-129F petition sent
04/13/12-USPS delivery confirmation
04/18/12-NOA1 text/email
04/21/12-NOA1(receipt 04/17/12)
10/10/12-NOA2 text
10/15/12-NOA2 letter received
10/27/12-NVC letter received
11/28/12-Medical Exam-PASSED
12/07/12-K-1 Interview-APPROVED

02/12/13-POE-Atlanta
03/04/13-Wedding
03/27/13-AOS,EAD,AP delivered
04/03/13-NOAs text/email
04/08/13-NOAs received
04/26/13-Biometrics appointment(walk-in done 04/17)

06/03/13-EAD card production/AP post decision approval

06/10/13-EAD/AP combo card received

04/04/14-AOS card production/decision

04/11/14-NOA2 welcome to the USA

04/12/14-Received GC

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:thumbs: :thumbs: Agreed. I can't keep up with the count that will or might be needed. Fortunately, passport photos are really cheap in PH compared to US :)

Yeah...it's a good thing Chinook got a lot of passport photos while she was still in 'Pinas.

She's going to apply for citizenship next month, and I think she'll need yet another passport photo (or two) for that!

I've lost count of how many she's needed throughout our journey, but it's at least a dozen. :o


Tahoma and Chinook's K1 story --->> http://www.visajourney.com/forums/user/57425-tahoma/

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Yeah...it's a good thing Chinook got a lot of passport photos while she was still in 'Pinas.

She's going to apply for citizenship next month, and I think she'll need yet another passport photo (or two) for that!

I've lost count of how many she's needed throughout our journey, but it's at least a dozen. :o

It sure is a lot! Make sure she gets new ones taken for naturalization.

N-400 instructions:

You must submit two identical passport-style photographs of yourself taken within 30 days of the filing of this application.

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