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I’m not sure if this has ever been asked but Im curious since we have our K1 green card interview in about three weeks and the NOA didn’t request my wife’s typical passport style photo in the checklist. I don’t foresee any issues god willing and my wife is approved for green card I pray, the question is what photo does the USCIS use on the green card? Where does it come from?

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2 minutes ago, LarryHickman said:

I’m not sure if this has ever been asked but Im curious since we have our K1 green card interview in about three weeks and the NOA didn’t request my wife’s typical passport style photo in the checklist. I don’t foresee any issues god willing and my wife is approved for green card I pray, the question is what photo does the USCIS use on the green card? Where does it come from?

The photo and thumb print done at AOS biometrics. All digital now 

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Just now, Lil bear said:

The photo and thumb print done at AOS biometrics. All digital now 

Oh ok I didn’t know my wife went to the Biometrics by herself and all she told me was finger prints were done, thanks! 

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3 minutes ago, LarryHickman said:

Oh ok I didn’t know my wife went to the Biometrics by herself and all she told me was finger prints were done, thanks! 

When I’ve done biometrics it’s always been prints and photo.. also there will be the POE and K1 interview photos  on file 

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1 minute ago, Lil bear said:

When I’ve done biometrics it’s always been prints and photo.. also there will be the POE and K1 interview photos  on file 

Thanks, just curious I just want this over with, lol 

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55 minutes ago, LarryHickman said:

I’m not sure if this has ever been asked but Im curious since we have our K1 green card interview in about three weeks and the NOA didn’t request my wife’s typical passport style photo in the checklist. I don’t foresee any issues god willing and my wife is approved for green card I pray, the question is what photo does the USCIS use on the green card? Where does it come from?

You sent in 2 pics for i-485, EAD, advanced parole. They can use those pics for the GC.

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