Is it normal for officer to ask for copies of pictures at the end of the AOS interview ?
At the end of the Interview , the officer asked for 6 copies of pictures even though he did refuse to look through during the interview. We gave him the album to select from but he said he was fine with Anyone we can hand over to him. I’m not sure this is normal? Just asking out of curiosity. Thanks
If they were not included with the petition sure, at the discretion to ask
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The USCIS has ample discretion to request photographs or any other evidence to supplement your supporting evidence. You should submit the requested evidence at your earliest convenience. Arguably you can claim that the request is not “normal” but that position is irrelevant in that you must comply to avoid a denial.
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