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1 hour ago, JennandJames said:

My husband and I are applying for CR1 Visa. I'm from the US and he is Canadian.  We went and took passport photos and they were not dated.  We went back to Costco and they said they the photos are not dated anymore.  Will these be okay for the application?

Yes it will be ok

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1 hour ago, JFH said:

Yes they will be fine. They are just mug shots to attach to your file for reference. They are not the photos that will be used to make the visa or green card. 

Mine literally looks like a mugshot. So bad. 

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1 hour ago, JFH said:

Yes they will be fine. They are just mug shots to attach to your file for reference. They are not the photos that will be used to make the visa or green card. 

Correct but similar undated photos submitted to the Consulate WILL be used for the visa and green card.  They want recent photos that represent what you look like.  They are NEVER dated.


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2 hours ago, JennandJames said:

My husband and I are applying for CR1 Visa. I'm from the US and he is Canadian.  We went and took passport photos and they were not dated.  We went back to Costco and they said they the photos are not dated anymore.  Will these be okay for the application?

I know Canadian photos are stamped and dated by you need the US passport sized (they are not the same) without the stamp and date on the back. 

1 hour ago, WandY said:

Never heard of a "dated" passport photo. And never used one for passports, visas, etc.

That's because you've never needed a Canadian passport. 


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