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发信人: AprilSummer (人生如梦,一尊还酹江月), 信区: Immigration
标  题: EB1a/EB2 NIW DIY 材料的打印装订篇
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Tue Apr 27 15:54:48 2010, 美东)

打印和装订问题
简略言之,1)单面打印;2)短边上面打两孔,用fasteners装订。短边下面贴标签以
分类。

需要买的东西在staples都可以买到。
Two hole Punch
http://www.staples.com/Staples-One-Touch-2-Hole-Punch/product_753682?cmArea=SEARCH

Acco Steel Fasterns
http://www.staples.com/Acco-Steel-Fasteners-2-Piece-2-3-4-x-1/product_103754?cmArea=SEARCH

Index Tabs
http://www.staples.com/Avery-2-Index-Tabs-with-Printable-Inserts/product_113373?cmArea=SEARCH

In preparing your packet, please take note of the following:

Do not use binders or folders that cannot be easily disassembled.

Use ACCO fasteners to hold together thick or bulky applications or petitions
. Two-hole punching the top of the material for easy placement in the file
is appreciated.

The use of tabs assist in locating items listed as attachments. The tabs
should be placed on the bottom and not the side for ease in filing.

Avoid using heavy-duty staples; instead use ACCO fasteners or heavy clips.

Avoid submitting originals unless specifically required. Avoid submitting
oversized documentation when possible.

具体规定请参见uscis关于Assembly的规定。大家要仔细读一下。大部分你想知道的问
题都有答案了。

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=ff053d146a7ee010VgnVCM1000000ecd190aRCRD&vgnextchannel=fe529c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1RCRD

General Tips on Assembling Applications for Mailing

    *
      Mark both the envelope and the cover letter as to the nature of the
submission. Example: ORIGINAL SUBMISSION - BRIEF FOR AN APPEAL - RESPONSE TO
REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - etc.
    *
      Use the appropriate mailing address and mark both the envelope and the
cover letter as to the form type. Example: I-129; I-130; I-690; I-698, etc.
    *
      Provide both the receipt notice number and the A-Number as an
identifier, if they are available.
    *
      If the packet is being resubmitted in response to a REQUEST FOR
ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE (RFE), please place the notice requesting the additional
evidence/information on the top of the packet. Also, please use the special
mailing envelope provided.
    *
      If evidence is being submitted in support of a previously filed appeal
or motion, a cover letter stating "BRIEF FOR APPEAL", etc., should be
placed on top of the packet.
    *
      In preparing your packet, please take note of the following:
          o
            Do not use binders or folders that cannot be easily disassembled.
          o
            Use ACCO fasteners to hold together thick or bulky applications
or petitions. Two-hole punching the top of the material for easy placement
in the file is appreciated.
          o
            The use of tabs assist in locating items listed as attachments.
The tabs should be placed on the bottom and not the side for ease in filing.
          o
            Avoid using heavy-duty staples; instead use ACCO fasteners or
heavy clips.
          o
            Avoid submitting originals unless specifically required. Avoid
submitting oversized documentation when possible.
    *
      If you are sending more than one case in an envelope, clearly separate
the cases by rubber band or clip fasteners.
    *
      A form G-28 is not acceptable unless signed by the authorized
representative and the petitioner (re: petitions) or the applicant (re:
applications). Facsimile signature stamps are acceptable for the signature
of the representatives. However, applicants/petitioners must live sign the
initial Form G-28 submitted with the application/petition. Any subsequent
Form G-28 relating to the same case may be a photocopy of the original,
which should be already attached to the relating case.
    *
      Send copies of any prior approval notices with any new requests for
extensions of stay, change of status or amended petitions.
    *
      Keep copies of all submissions. Don't assume the officer will have
access to a prior file or record. Submit as complete a packet as possible so
the case can be adjudicated from what you submit. Submit a complete packet
of information for each petition or application. If officers have to review
prior files or records, the adjudication of the case can be delayed
substantially.
    *
      Be sure to complete all pertinent items on the petition or application
. Ensure all entries on the forms are legible. Note the appropriate
consulate, embassy, or a request to adjust status on the petition. Do note
enter "N/A" when "None" is appropriate.
    *
      If you believe your situation to be unique, explain it fully in an
attachment to the packet, not as a cover letter.
    *
      Please submit certified translations for all foreign language
documents. The translator must certify that s/he is competent to translate
and that the translation is accurate.

      The certification format should include the certifier's name,
signature, address, and date of certification. A suggested format is:

      Certification by Translator

      I [typed name], certify that I am fluent (conversant) in the English
and ________ languages, and that the above/attached document is an accurate
translation of the document attached entitled ______________________________.

      Signature_________________________________
      Date                                             Typed Name
                                                           Address
    *
      USCIS no longer routinely requires submission of original documents or
"certified copies." Instead, ordinary legible photocopies of such documents
(including naturalization certificates and alien registration cards) will
be acceptable for initial filing and approval of petitions and applications.

      At the discretion of the officer, original documents may still be
required in individual cases. Please be advised that USCIS no longer returns
original documents submitted with the exception of Certificates of
Naturalization, Forms I-551, Permanent Resident Card, Forms I-94, Arrival/
Departure Document, valid passports, or those specifically requested by the
officer. Such documents will be returned when they are no longer needed.
    *
      Reminder: The best way to locate records is through the receipt number
and/or the A-Number. Always provide this information whenever possible. If
you don't know the A-Number, provide a COMPLETE name and date of birth. ALSO
: Provide ANY AND ALL names used by the individual, including aliases,
maiden names, names used when originally admitted to the United States, etc.
Providing this information is extremely helpful and speeds up processing
time.
    *
      DUPLICATE FILINGS (without fee): Cases will be accepted as a duplicate
filing only when USCIS has specifically requested that a duplicate be filed
. In such a case be sure to submit the receipt number of original filing or
any copies of notices received from USCIS on the first filing when
submitting a duplicate petition or application.
    *
      The address block on the forms is the data field captured for all of
our mailings. Consistent with the limitations on the number of characters
per line (a maximum of 32) and the total numbers of lines (4) in that field,
whatever is in the block will become the mailing address used by the system
. The data in these fields is entered exactly as indicated on the forms.
Please include internal routing symbols in the address block, especially for
large organizations. It is better to abbreviate the name of the
organization and have space for the routing codes than to fully spell out
the name and have notices sit in the organization's mailroom.
    *
      Recognized authorities: Many I-129 petitions filed with evidence of
the beneficiary's education or accomplishments include documentation
submitted by various authorities. For example, petitions for artists and
entertainers may incude evidence the beneficiary has received an award or
other recognition of achievement. Petitions for individuals employed in a
specialty occupation may include evidence the beneficiary belongs to a
professional organization. When an individual's awards or membership is used
to support a petition, evidence establishing the reputation of that
organization must also be submitted. Examples of the type of evidence needed
includes the following: the size and standing of the organization or the
organization's requirements for membership and any other documentation which
would establish the reputation of that organization.

      When an opinion from a recognized authority is submitted, the opinion
should state: the writer's qualifications as an expert; the writer's
experience giving such opinions, citing specific instances where past
opinions have been accepted as authoritiative and by whom; how the
conclusions were reached; and the basis for the conclusions, including
copies or citations of any research material used.
    *
      Any application or petition for an individual currently in F-1 status
needs to include evidence the student has been maintaining status and has
been authorized employment if applicable. Such evidence usually can be
satisfied by submitting the latest Form I-20AB/I-20ID and a copy of the
employment authorization card.



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