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Who needs to have the original documents? Beneficiary or Petitioner

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I will be filing online and had the following questions (My wife is the beneficiary and I'm the Petitioner):

1) Who will be holding onto the original documents? This includes both our boarding passes (She came from Flight, I came from Ferry). I believe she needs to hold on to the originals in case they ask her at the interview.

2) I've read here that the Photos need a caption when submitting. Since I'm submitting online, I'm guessing I will copy and paste the picture into a word document along with a caption on the bottom and then convert it to a PDF which will be uploaded. Each Photo will be a separate PDF. Is this OK?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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36 minutes ago, devusr said:

 

2) I've read here that the Photos need a caption when submitting. Since I'm submitting online, I'm guessing I will copy and paste the picture into a word document along with a caption on the bottom and then convert it to a PDF which will be uploaded. Each Photo will be a separate PDF. Is this OK?

Yes that's okay. That's exactly what I did when I submitted my photos and they accepted it. I added 2 pictures per page with the date, exact location and what was happening for each picture 

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40 minutes ago, devusr said:

I will be filing online and had the following questions (My wife is the beneficiary and I'm the Petitioner):

1) Who will be holding onto the original documents? This includes both our boarding passes (She came from Flight, I came from Ferry). I believe she needs to hold on to the originals in case they ask her at the interview.

 

She holds on to the originals

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