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6 minutes ago, Ani2 said:

Hi everybody, me and my husband hust sent all papiers for my green card. I came here with k1 visa. Is it enough proof for the citizenship the copy of his  american passport? Thank you

Do you mean to prove your sponsor is a USC for the I864? If so, yes.

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1 minute ago, K1visaHopeful said:

Do you mean to prove your sponsor is a USC for the I864? If so, yes.

Yes. Thank you. Because a friend of mine told me that she attached the proof of the citizenship when her husband became a US citizen. But us we know , it is illegal to copy it.

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You can make as many copies of the Naturalization certificate you want, as long as it isn't for illegal purposes. See copy and pasted section from department of state website.

 

The naturalization certificate contains a warning that it should not be photocopied. However, that is based on a law that makes it illegal to photocopy certain documents for illegal purposes. In fact, for some applications, USCIS specifically instructs the applicant to send in a photocopy.

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3 minutes ago, Ani2 said:

Yes. Thank you. Because a friend of mine told me that she attached the proof of the citizenship when her husband became a US citizen. But us we know , it is illegal to copy it.

It is illegal to copy what? Its illegal to unlawfully copy a naturalization certificate, copying it for these purposes would not be unlawful. If your husband was not born a citizen he will need to use his certificate or US passport as proof.

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3 minutes ago, Ani2 said:

Yes. Thank you. Because a friend of mine told me that she attached the proof of the citizenship when her husband became a US citizen. But us we know , it is illegal to copy it.

This is from the I864 instructions:

 

"For U.S. citizens or U.S. nationals, a copy of your birth certificate, passport, or certificate of naturalization or citizenship. 

For lawful permanent residents, a copy of both sides of your Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card."

 

They request a photocopy, so I suppose they expect you to break the law, unless it's not unlawful to photocopy it.

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1 minute ago, K1visaHopeful said:

This is from the I864 instructions:

 

"For U.S. citizens or U.S. nationals, a copy of your birth certificate, passport, or certificate of naturalization or citizenship. 

For lawful permanent residents, a copy of both sides of your Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card."

 

They request a photocopy, so I suppose they expect you to break the law, unless it's not unlawful to photocopy it.

The naturalization certificate contains a warning that it should not be photocopied. However, that is based on a law that makes it illegal to photocopy certain documents for illegal purposes. In fact, for some applications, USCIS specifically instructs the applicant to send in a photocopy.

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1 minute ago, Loren Y said:

The naturalization certificate contains a warning that it should not be photocopied. However, that is based on a law that makes it illegal to photocopy certain documents for illegal purposes. In fact, for some applications, USCIS specifically instructs the applicant to send in a photocopy.

Thank you. I was being facetious.

4 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

 

They request a photocopy, so I suppose they expect you to break the law, unless it's not unlawful to photocopy it.

 

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