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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: England
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I’m American and my husband is English. We married in England in February 2020. We’re filing spouse visa and just recently got NOA 2. Yay! I just submitted the I-864EZ and 3 years tax receipts. When I submitted there was a message to bring originals of any information submitted to the interview. It clearly states, “You must bring all of your original documents to your interview.” I had to physically sign the I-864EZ and scan it in electronically because they would not accept an electronic signature. Anyone know if it would be acceptable for him to bring copies I-864EZ and tax receipts or if I need to actually mail them to England so he has my signed one in hand? It seems silly, but I don’t know how strict the interview people are and I don’t want him to get there and have any surprises. Thanks!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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15 hours ago, Ann Blair said:

I’m American and my husband is English. We married in England in February 2020. We’re filing spouse visa and just recently got NOA 2. Yay! I just submitted the I-864EZ and 3 years tax receipts. When I submitted there was a message to bring originals of any information submitted to the interview. It clearly states, “You must bring all of your original documents to your interview.” I had to physically sign the I-864EZ and scan it in electronically because they would not accept an electronic signature. Anyone know if it would be acceptable for him to bring copies I-864EZ and tax receipts or if I need to actually mail them to England so he has my signed one in hand? It seems silly, but I don’t know how strict the interview people are and I don’t want him to get there and have any surprises. Thanks!


They are referring to original documents like your husband’s birth certificate, police certificate, marriage certificate. London accepts everything associated with the I-864 as photocopies or scans. 

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