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On my final steps for assembling hubby's green card renewal

I just realized that the instructions did not specify if photocopied items should be in color or black and white? and also didn't say if I had to magnify the photos or not.

 

In particular

We need to make copies of the green card and our son's birth certificate.

Is there any format that's causing issues with RFEs? I was going to make standard color copies at my home...

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When I did my wifes renewal for her EAD/AP not too long ago, I just used standard copies. I didn't use color, just black and white, even though I have color Laserjet I figure why waste even more money on this whole process. I think I enlarged them like 10% so it would be easier to read the front and back of the current EAD/AP combo card. I think the same would apply for green card renewal. Thru out this whole process I think the only document I sent in color was the marriage certificate for the I485 because I sent an original with it ( Even that wasn't officially required, I just had a bunch of original copies). I think you will be fine either way.


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3 minutes ago, Loren Y said:

When I did my wifes renewal for her EAD/AP not too long ago, I just used standard copies. I didn't use color, just black and white, even though I have color Laserjet I figure why waste even more money on this whole process. I think I enlarged them like 10% so it would be easier to read the front and back of the current EAD/AP combo card. I think the same would apply for green card renewal. Thru out this whole process I think the only document I sent in color was the marriage certificate for the I485 because I sent an original with it ( Even that wasn't officially required, I just had a bunch of original copies). I think you will be fine either way.

LOL
thanks for the thoughts. I just find it strange USCIS didn't say. They're usually particular.
Oh well. I think I'll make the GC in color (since that will make it a tad easier to read) and keep all the other shenanigans in black and white.

Also- when you made your EAD copy, did you put them on the same page? or front copy on one page, back copy on another

 

these cards easily fit on a page...

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I put front and back on the front of one page. Like you said, they easily fit on the front. I just scanned them into my computer ( Like I do everything so I have a copy). then I just pasted them on a single page in word and printed it out. Came out looking good. If you scan it in you can usually select a higher resolution than just the copy function will do. Most copies run 300 to 600 dpi, but when I used my scanner I was able to get 1200 dpi. Looked really good, and was easy to read.


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41 minutes ago, Loren Y said:

I put front and back on the front of one page. Like you said, they easily fit on the front. I just scanned them into my computer ( Like I do everything so I have a copy). then I just pasted them on a single page in word and printed it out. Came out looking good. If you scan it in you can usually select a higher resolution than just the copy function will do. Most copies run 300 to 600 dpi, but when I used my scanner I was able to get 1200 dpi. Looked really good, and was easy to read.

great. thanks so much!

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Don't think it matters color or black and white. As long as it's a legible photocopy.


 

AOS
09/23/2016 - I-130 & I-485 Concurrent Filing 
09/27/2016 - I-485 NOA date 
10/2016 - Biometrics 11/03/2016 - RFE for I-864 
11/7/2016 - Sent response 
12/14/2016 - Case ready for interview
03/28/2017 - Interview scheduled for May 3rd 2017 
05/01/2017 - Interview canceled: (waiting on other paperwork to be transferred) 
07/14/2017 - New interview scheduled for 8/28/2017 
8/28/2017 - Interview attended  Approved on spot 
09/14/2017 - Received PR card for 2YR

 

 

 

ROC Process:
*Earliest filing date 5/30/2019
5/29/2019 - Sent ROC packet via Fedex overnight to Lewisville, TX
5/30/2019 - Packet delivered and signed
6/4/2019 - Text notification for case received with EAC#
6/6/2019 - NOA1 received
6/29/2019 - Biometrics letter received
7/10/2019 - Attended biometrics
4/10/2020 - New Card is being produced
4/13/2020 - Case was Approved
4/15/2020 - Approval notice received

4/17/2020 - Card was received
**No transfers, No RFE, No interview**

 

 

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