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Hellooo guys!

Have been through archive threads, but just wanted to check that in 2020, does USCIS want original or are scanned signatures ok?

(as for the moment remembering from the top of my head, for the beneficiary it's only letter of intent?)

If it's better to provide real signatures, I will have things expedited mailed. :D 

oops - edit may as well add:

For photo proofs, must we have them printed out like normal photos, or would it be ok to show them printed on paper (eg 3-4 photos on one paper) and labelled there instead?
(I think I've kinda seen people do both. On the guides here it says print them out. But just wanted to check).


thank you again!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Kazakhstan
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Scanned signature is fine.

 

As for the photos, you can put them on a Word document and just print them out. We also did add them separately as actual photographs (we only had 5 photos) but come to think of it, I don't think that's necessary. 


I-129f process:

2 Jun 2020: I-129f sent

11 Jun 2020: NOA1 received 

 

~waiting game begins~

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