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Just a quick question for all you IR-1/CR-1 petitioners.....Is is better to have my wife sign all her documents for the NVC in blue ink? She read that somebody get RFE because it look like photocopied signature if black ink.....Please let me know your thoughts....

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Just a quick question for all you IR-1/CR-1 petitioners.....Is is better to have my wife sign all her documents for the NVC in blue ink? She read that somebody get RFE because it look like photocopied signature if black ink.....Please let me know your thoughts....

Use Blue Ink. We used it too...


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Just a quick question for all you IR-1/CR-1 petitioners.....Is is better to have my wife sign all her documents for the NVC in blue ink? She read that somebody get RFE because it look like photocopied signature if black ink.....Please let me know your thoughts....

Black ink can look like photocopies.

Both my wife and I singed our sigs 'only' with blue ink for any doc that required original signature, no problems.


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Black ink can look like photocopies.

Both my wife and I singed our sigs 'only' with blue ink for any doc that required original signature, no problems.

Yeah...ok...I will tell her to sign the application in blue.....Thank you for your reply

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Just a quick question for all you IR-1/CR-1 petitioners.....Is is better to have my wife sign all her documents for the NVC in blue ink? She read that somebody get RFE because it look like photocopied signature if black ink.....Please let me know your thoughts....

Whatever the instructions say. If they don't specify balck or blue, I don't think it matters. I always use black, even on signatures and had no issues. Then can tell if it is photocopy or not. Ink from a pen is ink. Printed signature froma printer they can tell the difference. Relax you will be okay as the documents requiring an original signature have it. Good luck.

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