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Should I include two photos in my application package? The instructions say that 2 identical color photographs are required "If you reside outside the United States". 

 

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05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

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07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

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7 minutes ago, ch3john said:

Is this for ROC? If so, then you should include two photo's "If you reside outside the United States". 

 

 

Thank for replying:)

I am going to send my citizenship appliation (N400). I checked the following site:

https://www.visajourney.com/content/naturalization_guide/

It says that I "MUST" send two photos with my appllication forms. But from USCIS instructions, I was required to send two photos only if I lived outside the States. 


05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

07-03-2014: CEAC STATUS UPDATED: K1 Visa Issued.

07-12-2014: Marriage

07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

08-01-2014: NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131

08-26-2014: Biometric

09-18-2014: EAD

03-30-2015: I-485 Interview and got approved on site:)

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4 hours ago, Ben7336 said:

 

Thank for replying:)

I am going to send my citizenship appliation (N400). I checked the following site:

https://www.visajourney.com/content/naturalization_guide/

It says that I "MUST" send two photos with my appllication forms. But from USCIS instructions, I was required to send two photos only if I lived outside the States. 

No photos for N400 in that case. They will use your biometric photo

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19 hours ago, jskibo said:

No photos for N400 in that case. They will use your biometric photo

 

18 hours ago, dilip said:

Why are you not applying online?  It is painless and no guess work about document needed and you will see progress of your case and received all  notices before mail copies.

 

Thank you both!  I really appreciate  your information :)


05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

07-03-2014: CEAC STATUS UPDATED: K1 Visa Issued.

07-12-2014: Marriage

07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

08-01-2014: NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131

08-26-2014: Biometric

09-18-2014: EAD

03-30-2015: I-485 Interview and got approved on site:)

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