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5 minutes ago, LOUHAMILTON said:

Hello everyone, I am gathering my Documents together with my husband and I have a question. Can I shout with pen mark text information as name on credit card? 

That last sentence is incomprehensible to me.  

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2 minutes ago, LOUHAMILTON said:

Sorry about my english!

We have joint credit card invoices, I wonder if I use pen mark text on our name in order to highlight the information 

If it isn’t clear that this is a joint account then use yellow highlighter instead of circling with a pen. Dollar tree is your friend. 

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4 minutes ago, LOUHAMILTON said:

Sorry about my english!

We have joint credit card invoices, I wonder if I use pen mark text on our name in order to highlight the information 

You can annotate or highlight information as needed


YMMV

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52 minutes ago, LOUHAMILTON said:

Sorry about my english!

We have joint credit card invoices, I wonder if I use pen mark text on our name in order to highlight the information 

Probably better to circle the intended word with a pen, and avoid highlighters or marking pens. Some scanners are unable to read that information. Check out this USCIS link:

https://www.uscis.gov/forms-filing-tips

 

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13 minutes ago, Pitaya said:

Probably better to circle the intended word with a pen, and avoid highlighters or marking pens. Some scanners are unable to read that information. Check out this USCIS link:

https://www.uscis.gov/forms-filing-tips

 

Good luck on your immigration journey

 

 

I was under the impression that I had read this information before, but I couldn't find it, so I asked here.

Thank you so much for your dedication in helping me 

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When you submit documents to support your bona fide marriage relationship, you can present the information however you want, using regular size paper, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, and photocopy your documents like receipts, photos, boarding passes, financial co-mingling, whatever you have, and you can write on the pages, underline critical information, whatever you want to do in order to make it clear, write dates on the pages, anything.  Just think of the people who will review it later, at USCIS, NVC, and ultimately at the consulate abroad.  Make it easier for them by identifying useful information and doing it clearly, professionally, to strengthen your case.  I printed everything using a Word document so that this additional information was printed on a laser printer and was easy to read.  For financial documents like credit card statements, I suggest that you print or write clearly at the top of the page what each document is, and also include a cover letter listing all your additional evidence, and number each page and include those page numbers on the cover letter.  We submitted about 200 pages in the I-130 package.  Good luck!

Edited by carmel34

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I didn't highlight or circle a single thing. The only items that recieved extra information were our photos.  It's really not necessary. 


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8 hours ago, carmel34 said:

When you submit documents to support your bona fide marriage relationship, you can present the information however you want, using regular size paper, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, and photocopy your documents like receipts, photos, boarding passes, financial co-mingling, whatever you have, and you can write on the pages, underline critical information, whatever you want to do in order to make it clear, write dates on the pages, anything.  Just think of the people who will review it later, at USCIS, NVC, and ultimately at the consulate abroad.  Make it easier for them by identifying useful information and doing it clearly, professionally, to strengthen your case.  I printed everything using a Word document so that this additional information was printed on a laser printer and was easy to read.  For financial documents like credit card statements, I suggest that you print or write clearly at the top of the page what each document is, and also include a cover letter listing all your additional evidence, and number each page and include those page numbers on the cover letter.  We submitted about 200 pages in the I-130 package.  Good luck!

Good morning, thank you very much for the enlightening answer.

I'm a little worried! we have 5 years of marriage but I'm in doubt which evidence to put to support that information.

It's a complex process, so good to be able to count on your help.

Thank you!!!!!

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