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Old Jan 20th 2002, 7:33 pm
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My girlfriend and I are currently in the middle of gathering all the information/documents and evidence that we need for her to file the petition........but in the meantime, since I am in the U.K. I have wrote off to the Embassy in London to get the forms I need to fill out for my application for the visa, just to hurry things along.......hopefully they will be arriving in a week or two...

Anyway, the evidence that my girlfriend will be sending with the petition, does the INS keep this or do they send it off to the embassy in London? If they do keep it, I assume I will need copies of the evidence too, to take to my interview?

Also, one quick question, the pictures we need to send of each other with the petition, with the side view of the head and all that.......whats that all about? Will a passport photo do? (I could turn my head to the side if it helps)

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Old Jan 20th 2002, 7:52 pm
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You can download the forms off of the US consulate site for London:
http://www.usembassy.org.uk/cons_web.../visaforms.htm

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The whole shebang will be sent to London, however if she sent copies, you need the
originals. They can ask to see originals at the interview of anything that was
sent as a photocopy in the original petition...this includes birth certs and
divorce certs.

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You need adit pictures. They are with the head turned to the side, but they also have
specific measurements. See K-1 section of Doc Steen site. Alvena
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Old Jan 20th 2002, 7:54 pm
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Standard Deductions (2000):

Married persons filing jointly $ 7,350 Single taxpayers 4,400 Heads of household
6,450 Married persons filing separately 3,675 Taxpayers who are blind or stupid
receive an additional 1,100 if single (not surviving spouse) 850 if married
 
Old Jan 20th 2002, 8:21 pm
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Ive heard if its not an adit photo they mail you back... Sara

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Old Jan 20th 2002, 8:31 pm
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Oh yeah.....

The copies of birth certificates and stuff like that, do we need to do anything special to them? Is a standard photocopy acceptable?
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Old Jan 20th 2002, 10:33 pm
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Originally posted by Onigiri
Standard Deductions (2000):

Married persons filing jointly $ 7,350 Single taxpayers 4,400 Heads of household
6,450 Married persons filing separately 3,675 Taxpayers who are blind or stupid
receive an additional 1,100 if single (not surviving spouse) 850 if married
erm..........sorry?
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Old Jan 21st 2002, 12:32 am
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"Sara" wrote
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I worried about that because we incorrectly sent regular passport style photos to the
CA Service Center. However, we were approved anyway.

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