You do not need to send them initially because they will not be returned. But, you should order originals and have them available if requested. It is a good idea to have more than one original available in case they are requested.
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You only need to send photocopies of documents to USCIS. If you have an interview, or if USCIS specifically requests originals/certified copies, then present those if requested.
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Submit photocopies and keep originals handy at the interview.
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