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I have 6 photos for the 3 packages we are sending. 2 for each package. My question is do i need to cut the photos at all? When i had the photos done they gave me 3 sheets of photos 2 on each sheet. Is it ok just to put each sheet of 2 photos (as is) into a bag and attach to each form? With #A number and name on back of course. Or do i need to cut them?

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18 minutes ago, Talma said:

I have 6 photos for the 3 packages we are sending. 2 for each package. My question is do i need to cut the photos at all? When i had the photos done they gave me 3 sheets of photos 2 on each sheet. Is it ok just to put each sheet of 2 photos (as is) into a bag and attach to each form? With #A number and name on back of course. Or do i need to cut them?

If it is passport size photos , you should cut them to the specifications that is needed. I am sure that the officer dealing with your case do not want to measure and cut your photos.

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3 minutes ago, Ann&James said:

If it is passport size photos , you should cut them to the specifications that is needed. I am sure that the officer dealing with your case do not want to measure and cut your photos.

Ok thank you for your prompt reply. I'm just a little worried about cutting them! Thanks again.

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i agree with the above.

 

cut the photo with the exact size requirement. write your name on the back and put them in a tiny ziplock bag to secure and clip one bag for each aos form.. remember: each form has its own requirements so pay attention to the requirements to avoid rfe.

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7 hours ago, Talma said:

Ok thank you for your prompt reply. I'm just a little worried about cutting them! Thanks again.

I had the same issue, since RiteAid makes the passport style pic, but doesn't cut it for you. I just cut it myself (it wasn't perfectly straight so I was a little worried, but it was close to perfect lol) and got my EAD/AP combo card a month ago without issues (although they use your pic from biometrics, but I'm sure you're gonna be fine if you just cut them out carefully)

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