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Presentation of documents- Best way to organize your documents for I-130 visa

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1 hour ago, creightonc17 said:

What is the best way to organize your documents for submission? 3 hole punch and binder? paper clips? staples? 

There is no I-130 visa.  The I-130 is a petition for alien relative.

 

No punched holes or staples.  One big paper clip or binder clip to hold the stack together.


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Follow the USCIS instructions:

 

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42 minutes ago, MissyB651 said:

I used a three ring folder with protectors and they request to two whole punch the top for easy filing.

They "request" no such thing.  While they DO two hole punch the top, they would have thrown any folder or binder away and grumbled under their breath as they disassembled your folder, etc.

 

The simpler the better.


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6 hours ago, pushbrk said:

They "request" no such thing.  While they DO two hole punch the top, they would have thrown any folder or binder away and grumbled under their breath as they disassembled your folder, etc.

 

The simpler the better.

I did it because it helped me organize everything and to make sure everything was there. Also makes it easy to look through everything. I didn’t say that’s how they “request” people to do it, only the two whole punch. They say it’s appreciated. But what do I know I got approved in 89 days. Don’t care if they “grumbled” taking it apart, at least it was approved.

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