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A point sometimes raised is, what is the best way to organize and submit evidence:

From VSC Stakeholder Notes and Practice Pointers1 Vermont Service Center Stakeholder Event Held October 18, 2013

Question 1: Do you prefer acco-fasteners with double-hole punch or staples or clips?

VSC Answer: VSC has no preference as to how the application is held together, as long as all the documents are kept together. Each officer will look at the documents as they fit with the eligibility requirements and the regulations. VAWA Unit adjudicators generally tear off bottom tabs and acco-fasteners, because they redo the order of the applications in a way that best works for the individual adjudicator. A two-hole punch is helpful but not necessary. Attorneys can use page dividers if they prefer, but the officer often moves these dividers to the bottom of the filing and does not look at them again. Page numbers are helpful. Try to keep together all evidence that pertains to a derivative with that derivative’s application, to avoid materials getting intermixed.

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