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Hey everyone so I was just in Finland with my Fiancee and we did some K1 paperwork, it was a way for us to eliminate shipping time and have vacation with each other. I had her fill out the G-325a in black pen, and though her hand writing is great I fear they might not be able to properly read it all. I was wondering if anyone has or what you thinks about the idea of just typing it all out and stapling it to her hand written copy that has her signature.

Thanks for help everyone.


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Hey everyone so I was just in Finland with my Fiancee and we did some K1 paperwork, it was a way for us to eliminate shipping time and have vacation with each other. I had her fill out the G-325a in black pen, and though her hand writing is great I fear they might not be able to properly read it all. I was wondering if anyone has or what you thinks about the idea of just typing it all out and stapling it to her hand written copy that has her signature.

Thanks for help everyone.

Hi!Why not to type and scan this G325a form with her signature and send it in e-mail to you?if you doubt in scan let her send it via mail(DHL,FEDeX etc.) typed and singed..don't make this stapling. :no:

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Will they accept a scanned copy of her signature? Has anyone done this and succeeded? or do they want the original copy of her signature?


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Will they accept a scanned copy of her signature? Has anyone done this and succeeded? or do they want the original copy of her signature?

To tell the truth i know that they accept scanned copies of G325a..as some of my friends were already approved(russian fiancees).But if you want to be sure that this will not be the reason why you get RFE..then do it perfectly,no copies of this form.

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Officially they will not accept a scan of a signature on the forms. I would type them though for clarity's sake.


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Hey everyone so I was just in Finland with my Fiancee and we did some K1 paperwork, it was a way for us to eliminate shipping time and have vacation with each other. I had her fill out the G-325a in black pen, and though her hand writing is great I fear they might not be able to properly read it all. I was wondering if anyone has or what you thinks about the idea of just typing it all out and stapling it to her hand written copy that has her signature.

Thanks for help everyone.

Wouldn't hurt. Handwritten is acceptable if legible


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Will they accept a scanned copy of her signature? Has anyone done this and succeeded? or do they want the original copy of her signature?

no they will not accept a scanned copy of a signature



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To tell the truth i know that they accept scanned copies of G325a..as some of my friends were already approved(russian fiancees).But if you want to be sure that this will not be the reason why you get RFE..then do it perfectly,no copies of this form.

they were lucky they didnt get an RFE. A scanned copy is not legally enforceable. They want original signatures only



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Signature should be original, as was written before - scans/photocopies are not acceptable. Somebody could be lucky if it worked for them, but most likely you'll gen an RFE if you will send a form with no original (handwritten) signature. [Victor from Russia]


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