To staple, or not to staple ... that is the question. ... sorry, I couldn't help paraphrasing Shakespeare.
It really doesn't matter how you assemble things ... they completely dis-assemble the papers when they arrive ... and, in most cases, scan them.
PS Did you get an approved waiver, or are you wanting to submit it with the I-485? If you don't already have the approved waiver ........ talk to an attorney.
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Stapling can interfere with the processing, as the documents must be scanned.
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