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I-129F photo or scan of passport stamp?

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Hello, I am compiling the "proof of meeting in the past two years" section of the petition, and I have a passport stamp that shows that I visited my partner in her home country. Should I photocopy this onto the page, or will a high quality photo of the passport that looks better quality than a photocopy work in place of it? Also, should I include the bio page of my passport with this? Thanks!

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1 minute ago, mogiftney said:

Hello, I am compiling the "proof of meeting in the past two years" section of the petition, and I have a passport stamp that shows that I visited my partner in her home country. Should I photocopy this onto the page, or will a high quality photo of the passport that looks better quality than a photocopy work in place of it? Also, should I include the bio page of my passport with this? Thanks!

The evidence standard is legible photocopy at a minimum.  As long as the information is readable go with it or something better, your choice 


YMMV

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2 minutes ago, payxibka said:

The evidence standard is legible photocopy at a minimum.  As long as the information is readable go with it or something better, your choice 

Thanks! It's way more legible in the photo. The photocopy is pretty blurry compared to the picture, what would you recommend would be better than the picture?

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Just now, mogiftney said:

Thanks! It's way more legible in the photo. The photocopy is pretty blurry compared to the picture, what would you recommend would be better than the picture?

I photocopied or scanned and printed on regular paper everything (including the 1 photo)


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