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Immigration Photos: Specs for all USCIS Forms
Find the Best Photographer for Your Immigration Photos
The most minor mistakes in a USCIS application can cause delays that could prevent you from working, traveling or even being reunited with your family. Never fear, we give you all the information you need to get it right the first time.
Immigration photos have very strict specifications. K-Mart, Walmart and most airports have do-it-yourself boothes that advertise themselves as Passport Photograph Services. These <i>could</i> turn out fine, but without human feedback, you won't know for sure. Better to look in the yellow pages under "Immigration Photos," "Green Card Photographs," or, if you can't find either of those, "Passport Photographs" and have the picture taken there. You won't need an expensive portrait photographer. Someone with experience specific to immigration photos is preferable.
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