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AmberAnne

Assembly instructions for K-1 Visa

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Hi,

I am in the process of compiling my petition. I am incredibly nervous about all of this and i just want to make sure that i have everything in the proper order.

I was reading that ACCO fasteners are the best, i have some items stapled. should i unstaple the items and use the ACCO fastners?

what about the pictures? they are in photosheets - should they be submitted in this format?

so... Basically i should have my coverletter first with the table of contents and then followed by the subsequent papers. So really all they need is the table of contents to follow along right?

Everything else should just flow right?

i think that makes sense to me. my biggest fear is that for my own error my file will be overlooked because of difficulty to read.

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From what I've read on these forums no matter how you assemble it, they take it apart and organize it in such a way that works for them. The best advice I've heard is not to acco, but just binder clip everything in order after your cover letter. So...list what you've included and then put it in order behind it. Don't go crazy in the organization as they will take it all apart anyway, but do be neat and clean. Good luck! good.gif

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From what I've read on these forums no matter how you assemble it, they take it apart and organize it in such a way that works for them. The best advice I've heard is not to acco, but just binder clip everything in order after your cover letter. So...list what you've included and then put it in order behind it. Don't go crazy in the organization as they will take it all apart anyway, but do be neat and clean. Good luck! good.gif

thank you

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From what I've read on these forums no matter how you assemble it, they take it apart and organize it in such a way that works for them. The best advice I've heard is not to acco, but just binder clip everything in order after your cover letter. So...list what you've included and then put it in order behind it. Don't go crazy in the organization as they will take it all apart anyway, but do be neat and clean. Good luck! good.gif

what about the cover letter? should they have a NUMBERED table of contents? or just a list in order of the contents?

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