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On the Ceac site where we upload passport copy and photo, I understand that its a passport size photo. but how do you scan a real passport photo into the 600 x 600 px requirements stipulated by ceac. 

 

can anyone who has completed this step and gotten accepted please advise.


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Rather than scanning, it’s better to get a digital US passport photo of yourself from photo service stores or just take the closeup photo of urself and use photo crop too from the link below.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/photos/photo-composition-template.html


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6 hours ago, dxb_Indian said:

On the Ceac site where we upload passport copy and photo, I understand that its a passport size photo. but how do you scan a real passport photo into the 600 x 600 px requirements stipulated by ceac. 

 

can anyone who has completed this step and gotten accepted please advise.

Call the photo studio you took your photo at and ask them for a soft copy 

they will send it to your email and you can upload that

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18 hours ago, hellspawner said:

they accept anything for that. photos are always taken at the interview. do something fun like upload them a pic of stick figures.

Don't give bad advice. Your comment is ridiculous.

 

On 3/12/2019 at 2:13 AM, dxb_Indian said:

On the Ceac site where we upload passport copy and photo, I understand that its a passport size photo. but how do you scan a real passport photo into the 600 x 600 px requirements stipulated by ceac. 

 

can anyone who has completed this step and gotten accepted please advise.

I got my brother to take a photo of me and I cropped it to passport size and uploaded it, that was accepted.

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19 hours ago, hellspawner said:

they accept anything for that. photos are always taken at the interview. do something fun like upload them a pic of stick figures.

Are you really on here to help or ridicule someone?

Its better to stay mute than exhibit this form of ridicule.

 

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wow. sorry my sense of humor didn't come across. fortunately I'm being 100% serious. upload anything prior to the 260 being reviewed will just require the processor to mark the file accepted not needed. after review the system will just automagically pop acquire for a status. sorry again. best of luck.

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5 hours ago, hellspawner said:

wow. sorry my sense of humor didn't come across. fortunately I'm being 100% serious. upload anything prior to the 260 being reviewed will just require the processor to mark the file accepted not needed. after review the system will just automagically pop acquire for a status. sorry again. best of luck.

Where did you get this information from? You can't upload civil documents until DS260 has been submitted. The system doesn't allow it.

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11 hours ago, sherydenise said:

 

I got my brother to take a photo of me and I cropped it to passport size and uploaded it, that was accepted.

Thanks for the advice.

22 minutes ago, sherydenise said:

Where did you get this information from? You can't upload civil documents until DS260 has been submitted. The system doesn't allow it.

Once DS-260 is submitted, do we have to wait a day or two or can we upload docs on the same day after submitting ds-260.


NOA1: Feb 13 2018

NOA2: Feb 15 2019

NVC Case Number assigned: Apr 3 2019

NVC IV Fees paid: Apr 5 2019

DS-260 filled: Apr 10 2019

IV Docs submitted: Apr 12 2019

Case Complete: 

Interview Letter:

Interview Date:

 

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3 hours ago, dxb_Indian said:

Thanks for the advice.

Once DS-260 is submitted, do we have to wait a day or two or can we upload docs on the same day after submitting ds-260.

I’ve uploaded all my forms and documents on the same day. 

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3 hours ago, Junior11 said:

I’ve uploaded all my forms and documents on the same day. 

I see, thanks!


NOA1: Feb 13 2018

NOA2: Feb 15 2019

NVC Case Number assigned: Apr 3 2019

NVC IV Fees paid: Apr 5 2019

DS-260 filled: Apr 10 2019

IV Docs submitted: Apr 12 2019

Case Complete: 

Interview Letter:

Interview Date:

 

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