do we sent album photo when we send application for marriage based green card
Do not send the album. I tell my clients to make color copies, 2 or 3 per page, and explain each photo in a sentence. Bring the originals to the interview.
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Absolutely not. You'll bring all that to the interview.
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No, but bring the album to your interview.
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No. Take it to an interview.
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No. Bring them to the interview. If your application is strong, they might not even look at them then.
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No. Read my answer to your previous question.
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