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thats fine, as long as you guys were going to send her the original affidavit of support and some tax papers :)


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much better you well send the original than zerox.


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NO

NOA1 and NOA2 are not needed for the interview.

You will, however, need NOA 2 later on to file AOS. So keep that NOA2 safe and handy. If you lose it, USCIS charges almost $500 for a copy.

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Unless an "original" document is specifically asked for copies are accepted. :thumbs:

Correct; but still neither NOA1 nor NOA2 (to my knowledge) are required by any embassy.

If a person feels more "secure" by sending a copy and adding that information, by all means, go right ahead and send a copy.

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Copies of NOA1 and NOA2 are not required (but I've sent it to my fiance anyways :whistle: )

Good luck!


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Correct; but still neither NOA1 nor NOA2 (to my knowledge) are required by any embassy.

If a person feels more "secure" by sending a copy and adding that information, by all means, go right ahead and send a copy.

I agree and did not want them to send originals, because the NOA2 is needed for the AOS.

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