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I am trying to organize my I-601 waiver packet and I have a few questions about how to assemble and organize it. Can I use just binder clips to put the information together? I was thinking of each section have a binder clip and a cover page so they know what each section is. I was thinking of also two whole punching them at the top because I heard they prefer that as well. I don't have a two prong folder to use and I know they don't like binders plus stapled papers as well. Any tips to organize the waiver packet to ensure USCIS will like it? Thanks!

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I used paper clips for individual papers and binder clips for the whole packet


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1 minute ago, Timona said:

I used paper clips for individual papers and binder clips for the whole packet

Did it get accepted like that?  How did you use binder clips for the whole packet? I have tons of papers hahah. What did you paper clip when you said individual papers?

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1 minute ago, ilireb said:

Did it get accepted like that? Yes 

 

How did you use binder clips for the whole packet? Used big binder clip

 

I have tons of papers hahah. If a binder clip cannot hold all your papers, use a string. Make one of those "t -intersection" type of loop...you know, like tying a box with a rope. Just make sure individual papers (as explained below) are held together with a paper clip.

 

What did you paper clip when you said individual papers? I-130 on its own, I-485 etc then stacked all up and used a binder clip to hold all together 

 


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I thought you had submitted your waiver a long time ago?


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Just now, Boiler said:

I thought you had submitted your waiver a long time ago?

I am doing it a second time now. It got refused at first☹️

1 hour ago, Timona said:

 

Ok thanks! 

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Why are you doing a waiver? I cannot find it on your timeline. Just curious

 

And why was it refused the first time?

Edited by Timona

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