Make a photocopy to keep at home and bring both copies with you to the port of entry.
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I agree with my colleague.
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You will need both copies. For safety, I agree with my colleagues, you should make a black and white photocopy and leave it at home, in case the document is lost or stolen, so you have a record of it. Never make color copies of government documents. You don't want any allegation that you tried to fraudulently reproduce it. Make black and white copies.
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