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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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My Fiancee read somewhere that the photo for the fiancee visa application needs to she her ears. I could not find where it said that, and the examples that are shown do not always show thier ears. She has taken a picture not showing her ears, and is on the way to the USA. Does she need to have another picture taken showing her ears? Thanks.


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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My Fiancee read somewhere that the photo for the fiancee visa application needs to she her ears. I could not find where it said that, and the examples that are shown do not always show thier ears. She has taken a picture not showing her ears, and is on the way to the USA. Does she need to have another picture taken showing her ears? Thanks.

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http://travel.state.gov/passport/pptphotoreq/pptphotoreq_5333.html

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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Here are the photo requirements:

http://travel.state.gov/passport/pptphotoreq/pptphotoreq_5333.html

I don't see it mentioning anything about ears though.


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Although is not mentioned, they require not to be covered/fully covered. My wife had the same case and had to re-take the pics the day of the interview... she had to run out of the embassy because her ears were fully covered.

by the way, picture must be with no jewelry of any kind whatsoever . [as an extra note]

My Fiancee read somewhere that the photo for the fiancee visa application needs to she her ears. I could not find where it said that, and the examples that are shown do not always show thier ears. She has taken a picture not showing her ears, and is on the way to the USA. Does she need to have another picture taken showing her ears? Thanks.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Although is not mentioned, they require not to be covered/fully covered. My wife had the same case and had to re-take the pics the day of the interview... she had to run out of the embassy because her ears were fully covered.

by the way, picture must be with no jewelry of any kind whatsoever . [as an extra note]

That is rediculous that they require something, yet do not put it in the instructions. Maybe it is the mood of the consuladate? You mentioned that it was her interview that she needed another picture. The picture with hair over the ears was ok for the initial petition? Should I wait for her to send another picture before filing? Thanks

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When at the embassy, they have individuals providing instructions and reviwing the documents prior interview. At that moment you are let know if any documents are missing, and at this time she was inform her pictures were not acceptable. She had to run out and get new ones taken..

That is rediculous that they require something, yet do not put it in the instructions. Maybe it is the mood of the consuladate? You mentioned that it was her interview that she needed another picture. The picture with hair over the ears was ok for the initial petition? Should I wait for her to send another picture before filing? Thanks


"Peace is not the product of terror or fear. Peace is not the silence of cemeteries. Peace is not the silent result of violent repression. Peace is the generous, tranquil contribution of all to the good of all. Peace is dynamism. Peace is generosity. It is right and it is duty." -- NAPF page on Oscar Romero

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