The USCIS prefers black ink. They scan these documents into their virtual database and the scanner they use does not always pick up the blue ink.Ask a similar question
Technically, yes, but I always tell clients to sign with blue ink, because USCIS on occasion will reject a form with a black signature saying it is a photocopy not an original signature. We sign in blue to avoid that confusion. Note the forms should be completed in black. Only the signature should be blue
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Black or blue ink is acceptable.
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