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London Embassy Interview - I134 Wet Signature

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So.....I just want to see if there is any first hand experience of the situation.

 

I brought back a wet signed I134 when I returned from my last trip to the US and have my interview on Monday.  However the circumstances have changed a little so the form needed changing.

 

Can I use a scanned and emailed revised form with her signature or does she really need to send a wet signature again?

 

I can't really just substitute the signature page with the revised document because they were printed on US letter paper in the US and obviously the new form printed here will be on A4 paper a different size.

 

Thanks in advance.

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As far as I know a scanned signature is fine. When they say digital signatures aren't allowed they are referring to embedded digital signatures, not a scanned signature or photocopy.

 

Aside from that, I don't see why one page being on a different sized paper would matter. As long as all the information is there.

 

Good luck!

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1 hour ago, Steve&Chelsea said:

So.....I just want to see if there is any first hand experience of the situation.

 

I brought back a wet signed I134 when I returned from my last trip to the US and have my interview on Monday.  However the circumstances have changed a little so the form needed changing.

 

Can I use a scanned and emailed revised form with her signature or does she really need to send a wet signature again?

 

I can't really just substitute the signature page with the revised document because they were printed on US letter paper in the US and obviously the new form printed here will be on A4 paper a different size.

 

Thanks in advance.

 I have known of others posting in this forum over the years who have gotten by with scanned I-134s in London due to various circumstances. They seem pretty flexible there.

 

What changed? How important is it to provide a new one?

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Use your own assets rather than your fiancees.

 


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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2 hours ago, Steve&Chelsea said:

So.....I just want to see if there is any first hand experience of the situation.

 

I brought back a wet signed I134 when I returned from my last trip to the US and have my interview on Monday.  However the circumstances have changed a little so the form needed changing.

 

Can I use a scanned and emailed revised form with her signature or does she really need to send a wet signature again?

 

I can't really just substitute the signature page with the revised document because they were printed on US letter paper in the US and obviously the new form printed here will be on A4 paper a different size.

 

Thanks in advance.

You will be fine! @britishandusa submitted I-134 with scanned documents and had no issues in London.


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