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Original Documents (e.g. I-864, W-2) at Interview?

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As the petitioner, NVC has asked me to forward a new I-864 and my 2012 W-2 to the principal applicants (my parents) for their upcoming interview. Do the documents I send them have to be the originals, or can I scan the docs and email them to my parents, and have the print them out?

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Dear Hareem,

VJ says that the documents should be originals. I went for my k1 interview with just copies because of a small delay with the post office. Sure enough the CO asked where the original copies were during my interview. I mentioned that I didn't have them with me and the copies were good to go. So I think it depends on the consulate or CO. If you can send them, don't take chances, just do it.

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