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Old Feb 14th 2002, 12:55 am
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I am the foreign fiancee. Is it okay to punch holes on my original documents/requirements, e.g. Birth Cert., Police Cert., etc... for submission to the consulate...? I would file everything in a folder....

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No because you aren't going to be giving the US Consulate any original documents.

I, personally, won't do it to the copies either. They ask you to hand the documents to them one by one as they as for them in the order they are in on the checklist they sent you. Let them do the punching if they are going to be putting them on an ACCO clip.
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Old Feb 14th 2002, 5:48 am
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california wrote:
    > I am the foreign fiancee. Is it okay to punch holes on my original
    > documents/requirements, e.g. Birth Cert., Police Cert., etc... for submission to
    > the consulate...? I would file everything in a folder....
    >
A two-hole top punch is acceptable, into which you insert an acco fastener. Alvena

See the Doc Steen site here:
http://www.mindspring.com/~docsteen/...o/visainfo.htm I am not a lawyer, and this
is not immigration advice. The information I provide is mostly gleaned from old
newsgroup posts and visa links on the internet. If you want or need a lawyer, go to:
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Old Feb 16th 2002, 1:30 am
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Thank you Alvina for the reply.
Another question... since i will be submitting copies only of our evidence of relationship, e.g. cards/letters etc.... to the consulate, do i need to attach an FC-029?

In Manila by the way, all original certifications are required to be submitted when dropping off paperworks.
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Old Feb 16th 2002, 12:45 pm
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california wrote:
    > Thank you Alvina for the reply. Another question... since i will be submitting
    > copies only of our evidence of relationship, e.g. cards/letters etc.... to the
    > consulate, do i need to attach an FC-029? In Manila by the way, all original
    > certifications are required to be submitted when dropping off paperworks.
    >
It is probably not necessary to include the FC-029, however a simple statement with
the same wording would be nice, and signed. Alvena

See the Doc Steen site here:
http://www.mindspring.com/~docsteen/...o/visainfo.htm I am not a lawyer, and this
is not immigration advice. The information I provide is mostly gleaned from old
newsgroup posts and visa links on the internet. If you want or need a lawyer, go to:
http://www.aila.org
 

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