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Hi all, you have been really helpful with my past questions so thank you! 

I have all of my materials ready to send in but I wanted to ask how you have sent yours in. Did you use a binder or a folder? Did you separate papers with paper clips/ziplock bags etc? I'm not sure how to arrange all of this in my package. Thanks for your help!

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6 minutes ago, samcollins said:

Hi all, you have been really helpful with my past questions so thank you! 

I have all of my materials ready to send in but I wanted to ask how you have sent yours in. Did you use a binder or a folder? Did you separate papers with paper clips/ziplock bags etc? I'm not sure how to arrange all of this in my package. Thanks for your help!

Neat and orderly.   Paper clips if necessary 


YMMV

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we put ours in a cheap, plastic folder from wallet that had pockets on each side. we put all of our paper work together using a big binder clip. we then paper clipped the other items together by category. for example, we paper clipped all of tickets together, photos together, passport pictures and so on. tried to keep it as simple as we could but also organized!

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7 minutes ago, payxibka said:

You can but it will be thrown away 

ok so don't put it in any type of binder or folder, just send it loose leaf in a box with maybe 3 paper clips? thats their standards? 

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Just now, samcollins said:

ok so don't put it in any type of binder or folder, just send it loose leaf in a box with maybe 3 paper clips? thats their standards? 

They have their own format and documention order that every file gets assembled to.  Anything you send as additional office supplies will be tossed 


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1 minute ago, payxibka said:

They have their own format and documention order that every file gets assembled to.  Anything you send as additional office supplies will be tossed 

oh ok i thought you meant they will throw out my whole form too, that makes more sense thank you

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15 minutes ago, klgck said:

we put ours in a cheap, plastic folder from wallet that had pockets on each side. we put all of our paper work together using a big binder clip. we then paper clipped the other items together by category. for example, we paper clipped all of tickets together, photos together, passport pictures and so on. tried to keep it as simple as we could but also organized!

oops, i meant walmart not wallet haha. wishing you luck with everything! :) 

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ive sent in k1 packets and AOS packets and 131 packets.

 

everything goes in folders pertaining the the form. separate folders for relationship evidence, financial stuff, official documents, etc.

 

never had a problem.

 

make it easy for them, they tear it all apart and scan it in, in whatever order it is they want it, anyways


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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, Loren Y said:

Here is a sample of how I sent in my AOS package. I used binder clips to hold each application separate.333381562_AOS.jpg.3a1795afd4300f5b8880c01cf8cc5486.jpg

I did a CR-1 not a K-1 but this is very similar to the way I sent in my packets. I separated them with big clips, put photos in a ziplock and put it all inside a big yellow envelope, sealed it and sent it off. 

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1 hour ago, Cathi said:

I did a CR-1 not a K-1 but this is very similar to the way I sent in my packets. I separated them with big clips, put photos in a ziplock and put it all inside a big yellow envelope, sealed it and sent it off. 

Yep, I did the same with the photos. Attached 2 in smaller Ziploc bags on each of the petitions for a total of 6 photos. Name and A number in felt tip pen ( I actually went out and bought a felt tipped pen just for this purpose. LOL) I was pretty spot on following the directions to the letter, hoping it would make approval faster.

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