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Original copy of I-864 or Scanned copy is okay?

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Technically, a scanned copy is supposed to be OK, but I would not try it without confirmation from somebody who was successful in Manila recently WITHOUT the original signed document.


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6 hours ago, pushbrk said:

Technically, a scanned copy is supposed to be OK, but I would not try it without confirmation from somebody who was successful in Manila recently WITHOUT the original signed document.

My appointment was Oct 16, and I disn't have the original copy of my I-864. I only had a scanned copy. They didn't ask for it though, they only asked to submit civil documents from PSA and Orginal NBI clearance.

 

got approved. 😊

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8 hours ago, GA08 said:

My  wife will have an interview on November.  Just want to ask if she needs the original copy of my I-864? She already had a scanned copy of it after I submitted it on CEAC website. 
 

 

It should be okay. As far as I know, only the civil documents are required to be on orginal on the day of the interview.

everything else that were sent to NVC or uploaded in CEAC were not asked to be resubmitted. 

 

I had scanned copy of I-864 during my interview last Oct 16,2018 at the USEM. Got approved and leaving on the 29th.

 

although it's always safer to have the orginal copy if you have time to send it over to her. 😊 Goodluck. 

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On 10/21/2018 at 2:13 PM, pushbrk said:

Technically, a scanned copy is supposed to be OK, but I would not try it without confirmation from somebody who was successful in Manila recently WITHOUT the original signed document.

Thanks! I am going to send my original copy of I-864 this week. 

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23 hours ago, july_2017 said:

It should be okay. As far as I know, only the civil documents are required to be on orginal on the day of the interview.

everything else that were sent to NVC or uploaded in CEAC were not asked to be resubmitted. 

 

I had scanned copy of I-864 during my interview last Oct 16,2018 at the USEM. Got approved and leaving on the 29th.

 

although it's always safer to have the orginal copy if you have time to send it over to her. 😊 Goodluck. 

Going to send my original copy of I-864 this week. Just to be sure and don't want any delays. 

Thank you  and congratulations on your approval! Safe travels! 😊

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