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Tried to look around but didn’t found similar topic.

 

Should we put both the check and our passport photos in a ziplock bag and stick it on a blank page? I’ve been thinking about it since it will prevent them from falling or getting lost.
Is it alright to take screenshots of the passport stamps, bio page,boarding passes, receipts? I’ve  taken screenshot of the scanned passport of my Fiancé and put  it. in a word document so I can add a tittle to it and I’ve printed them, I did the same for the other documents. For the  flight itinerary i took screenshots too because if I print them directly from my email it would be like 4 pages.

Last one:  for my proof of entering the US would my boarding passes and itinerary be enough or should I include my passport bio page/1-94 information with the trip in question highlighted?  ( the fiancee)

 

any help is welcome! Thanks 🤗

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23 minutes ago, maria002 said:

Tried to look around but didn’t found similar topic.

 

Should we put both the check and our passport photos in a ziplock bag and stick it on a blank page? I’ve been thinking about it since it will prevent them from falling or getting lost.
Is it alright to take screenshots of the passport stamps, bio page,boarding passes, receipts? I’ve  taken screenshot of the scanned passport of my Fiancé and put  it. in a word document so I can add a tittle to it and I’ve printed them, I did the same for the other documents. For the  flight itinerary i took screenshots too because if I print them directly from my email it would be like 4 pages.

Last one:  for my proof of entering the US would my boarding passes and itinerary be enough or should I include my passport bio page/1-94 information with the trip in question highlighted?  ( the fiancee)

 

any help is welcome! Thanks 🤗

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57 minutes ago, silkysmooth said:

I used the pic sleeves they give you at like Walgreens or whatever. can you be more specific on the screenshot thing? I would not screenshot anything I sent full copies of every single form and file 

We are doing the paper fastener method with the two hole punches at the top for the majority of the petition. 

In regards to the screenshots , that is what my fiance was thinking too; that full page of the item in question is the way to go

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17 hours ago, maria002 said:

We are doing the paper fastener method with the two hole punches at the top for the majority of the petition. 

In regards to the screenshots , that is what my fiance was thinking too; that full page of the item in question is the way to go

 

Don't mangle the papers with holes or clips.  Really.  Think of the USCIS clerk that has to undo all your work and make it fit THEIR workflow.

 

The documents may be scanned and OCR'd (believe it or not, the USCIS does use computers).  No one want to deal with jam because you read on a web site that holes are better... they are not.

 

Screen shots are copies, and LEGIBLE copies of original are acceptable.   Just make sure you get a complete copy of the document. If you can read it easily, so can they. 

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4 hours ago, SmallTownPA said:

 

Don't mangle the papers with holes or clips.  Really.  Think of the USCIS clerk that has to undo all your work and make it fit THEIR workflow.

 

The documents may be scanned and OCR'd (believe it or not, the USCIS does use computers).  No one want to deal with jam because you read on a web site that holes are better... they are not.

 

Screen shots are copies, and LEGIBLE copies of original are acceptable.   Just make sure you get a complete copy of the document. If you can read it easily, so can they. 

 

I found this on  USCIS page: https://www.uscis.gov/forms-filing-tips

 

In preparing your packet, remember:

  • Do not use binders or folders that we cannot easily disassemble.
  • Use fasteners to hold together thick or bulky applications or petitions. Two-hole punching the top of the material for easy placement in the file is appreciated.
  • Sticky tabs assist in locating items listed as attachments. For easy filing, place the tabs on the bottom of the page, not the side.
  • Do not use heavy-duty staples; instead use fasteners or heavy clips.
  • Do not submit originals unless specifically required. 
  • Do not submit oversized documentation unless it is necessary.

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