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My husband signed the AOS in black ink as required. My joint sponsor however, sent me his AOS signed in blue ink. Will the embassy consular officer need an original joint sponsor AOS black ink signed? Or can I just present the one I have. Thank you.

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7 hours ago, BChance said:

My husband signed the AOS in black ink as required. My joint sponsor however, sent me his AOS signed in blue ink. Will the embassy consular officer need an original joint sponsor AOS black ink signed? Or can I just present the one I have. Thank you.

They really don't care what color ink you use.  It used to be the recommendation WAS blue ink.  No worries.


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35 minutes ago, BChance said:

That’s good to know. I looked it up online and it said it MUST be in black ink that is why I panicked a bit. Thanks

Just exactly what did you see that said that?  Reference please.  I don't mean to seem argumentative, but I expect we'll find that you are misinterpreting something you are reading, like "type or print in black ink" in the general instructions to mean something about the ink in the signature.  There is a mention of signing in the instructions too.  That instruction says nothing about the color of ink.

 

If it's not YOU misinterpreting, then what you're reading is somebody else's misinterpretation.

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I copied this from USCIS website:

 

Who completes this form? The sponsor of an intending immigrant fills out and signs this form in black ink. If the sponsor is under guardianship, the guardian of that sponsor’s estate (financial affairs) may sign the form.

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On 9/30/2018 at 7:59 PM, BChance said:

I copied this from USCIS website:

 

Who completes this form? The sponsor of an intending immigrant fills out and signs this form in black ink. If the sponsor is under guardianship, the guardian of that sponsor’s estate (financial affairs) may sign the form.

Nothing about signatures in that instruction.  The question is about signatures, and, I assure you, an affidavit of support will not be rejected because it was signed with blue ink.


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