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Hi all,

 

I am building my I-129F packet right now, and I have a formatting question. I have put together two sheets intended to show my own and my fiancee's passport stamps as proof of having met. On each sheet, I included a copy of the front/back of the passport, the identification page of the passport, and of course, the visas page. In order to fit each image on a sheet, I slightly downsized the passport images, however, I did NOT alter the images themselves in any way. Also, I downsized them in a proportional manner, so no distortion or resolution loss occurred. Is this okay? I did it this way because I just want everything to be neat, and I wanted to type short descriptions on each page.

 

Also, after scanning my passport for evidence of my citizenship, I cropped the passport images and pasted them onto a plain sheet of paper with word (to remove most of the white background from the scanner) BUT DID NOT change the scale. Thus, the pages that I provided for evidence of citizenship are 100% original. However, I did include 2 images of my passport on each piece of paper (so 4 pages of the passport per sheet of paper) for showing citizenship. Does this all sound okay? 

 

Thank you!!

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4 minutes ago, Jabong said:

Hi all,

 

I am building my I-129F packet right now, and I have a formatting question. I have put together two sheets intended to show my own and my fiancee's passport stamps as proof of having met. On each sheet, I included a copy of the front/back of the passport, the identification page of the passport, and of course, the visas page. In order to fit each image on a sheet, I slightly downsized the passport images, however, I did NOT alter the images themselves in any way. Also, I downsized them in a proportional manner, so no distortion or resolution loss occurred. Is this okay? I did it this way because I just want everything to be neat, and I wanted to type short descriptions on each page.

 

Also, after scanning my passport for evidence of my citizenship, I cropped the passport images and pasted them onto a plain sheet of paper with word (to remove most of the white background from the scanner) BUT DID NOT change the scale. Thus, the pages that I provided for evidence of citizenship are 100% original. However, I did include 2 images of my passport on each piece of paper (so 4 pages of the passport per sheet of paper) for showing citizenship. Does this all sound okay? 

 

Thank you!!

Are you saying you are including all pages of the passport?  


YMMV

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19 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Are you saying you are including all pages of the passport?  

I am including all pages of my passport as requested for proof of citizenship.

 

However, in addition to my full, copied passport, in the section where I will provide proof of having met my fiancee, I am also including two sheets of paper (one for my stamps and one for my fiancees stamps) which both have three images on them: 1) passport cover pages 2) Identification page 3) Stamps pages.

In order to get these 3 images to fit on the a single sheet of paper, I downsized them a bit but did not edit them in any way. Is downsizing the images/cropping the background from the scanner okay?

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3 minutes ago, Jabong said:

I am including all pages of my passport as requested for proof of citizenship.

 

However, in addition to my full, copied passport, in the section where I will provide proof of having met my fiancee, I am also including two sheets of paper (one for my stamps and one for my fiancees stamps) which both have three images on them: 1) passport cover pages 2) Identification page 3) Stamps pages.

In order to get these 3 images to fit on the a single sheet of paper, I downsized them a bit but did not edit them in any way. Is downsizing the images/cropping the background from the scanner okay?

That instruction for all pages was eliminated 18 months ago.  ID page and appropriate pages with corresponding stamps is all that is required now.

 

As long as no image manipulation occurred you should be fine.   

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What I did was post scans of our passport pages into a Word doc, and add notes of where the stamps were for our meetings (so for both of us for our two meetings outside Russia, and for me for our meeting in Russia).


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