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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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Follow the guideline and the checklist for documents under the Guides section for a K-1 Visa. There is a handy checklist there. No where does it say you are required to provide any part of the USC passport. You ARE required to provide passport style pictures but those are professional (preferably) pictures of you and your fiancee. I double checked my package that was approved by USCIS in record time and no copies of my passport are included. *IF* you are using passport stanmps as proof of having met in person than I would include a copy of the bio page along with the page that has the stamp but hopefully you have other proof. If you need help putting together the package PM me and we can make arrangements to discuss but it really is as easy as following the checklist.

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If you're using it to establish citizenship, then yes, you need ALL the pages.

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If you're using your US passport to show that you are a US citizen, then yes you need to include copies of all the pages.

Edit: iammrsregi beat me to it!

Edited by Lainie B

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Even though there's no stamp on each page? Because I just renew my passport last month thanks

For proof of citizenship yes, you need all pages (cover, blank, etc)

For proof of meeting in persons, no. My case, I submitted the bio page + the page with stamps.

Edited by Ulink2

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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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Hi I just wanna ask do I need to submit all the pages of my passport? Or just the bio page? Thanks a lot

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If the U.S. citizen is using the passport as proof of citizenship for the I-129F petition, copies of ALL pages of the passport need to be sent (blank as well).

Follow the instructions for the I-129F:

http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-129finstr.pdf

If using the passport travel stamps as evidence of having met in person, just the BIO page and the stamped pages.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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I used a certified copy of my birth certificate. Easy to get in New York City, just go on the Dept of Health website, pay $30 or something like that, and it shows up in the mail. I photocopied it for the I-797 and sent the original to my fiance for the interview. For $30, saved a lot of hassles.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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If you're using it in lieu of a birth certificate, then yes, you have to send a copy of ALL pages. (And it doesn't even cost $30)!!


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I Am The Petitioner

Service Center: Texas Service Center

Transferred? WE WISH!

Consulate : Islamabad, Pakistan

I-129F Sent : 12/07/2013

I-129F NOA1 : 12/16/2013

Alien Registration Number Changed: 12/24/2013

Wait... wait... wait... wait...

Asked Congressman to send service request to USCIS: 7/1/2014

USCIS received Congressman's inquiry: 7/3/2014

Notification via USCIS Website of NOA2 - Approved: 7/5/2014

NOA2: 6/25/2014 - We found out later it had been approved (but not posted) before congressional inquiry received.

Shipped to Embassy: 7/17/2014

Received by Embassy: 7/21/2014 - Status: READY

Packet 3.5: 7/24/2014

Packet 3.5 Sent: 8/7/2014 (We had delays because of civil unrest in Pakistan)

Embassy Receive: 8/21/2014 (Again delays due to civil unrest)

Receive Appointment Letter/Interview Date: 8/27/2014 (interview date in just 9 days)!

Medical Exam: 8/29/2014 (Yikes! The whole thing has now been postponed for 2 months for TB testing)

Interview Date: Originally 9/5/2014 - Now Postponed for at least two months

TB Test Results: 10/15/2014 - came back 18 days early! And she's negative!

Interview Rescheduled 10/17/2014: (embassy moving at lightning speed)!

New Interview Date: 10/29/2014 APPROVED!!!

CEAC Updates to AP: 11/13/2014

CEAC Updates to ISSUED!! 11/14/2014

Visa In-Hand: 11/24/2014

Arrival in USA: 11/27/2014 -- 11 MONTHS, 1 WEEK, 4 DAYS AFTER NOA1

MARRIED: 11/30/2014 !!!

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THE END!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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It looks like you are after a K-1 visa, to the Phils., where my wife came from, and any page that show an entry to the Phils. either new or old passport, by all means, use!

It is excellent proof, as it can match "boarding passes"..,.,.,and is excellent evidence, of the two of you have met!

If you get a "good one" THERE,.,., is nothing better than a Filipino wife!

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