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I called NVC today and they told me I'll be receiving a checklist in my email because I signed my I-864 in blue ink!!! They told me to sign the form in black ink and send it again.

When did this move from blue to black ink for signatures happened??? Has anyone received similar notice?

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I called NVC today and they told me I'll be receiving a checklist in my email because I signed my I-864 in blue ink!!! They told me to sign the form in black ink and send it again.

When did this move from blue to black ink for signatures happened??? Has anyone received similar notice?

The first line of the form http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864.pdf where it says "Start here":

"Type or print in black ink"

It's pretty finicky of them to send it back to you, but it does say black.

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ohmy.png I'd like to know about this too. We just sent our AOS packet last Wednesday though but my husband signed his with blue ink too. Everything else is in black ink except for the signature. Somebody pls helpsmilie.gif!


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Nothing to help you with. If they ask you to do something, do it. I know the wait time is maddening but any delay is better than a denial.


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