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Old 05-22-2016, 10:28 PM
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I vaguely remember when we did the 820 it said recommended even after you attached something. I wouldn't worry about it if you have already attached something. I would not attach something again.

I have been told you get 60 slots per applicant so you should get 120.

Best to combine as much stuff as you can so you have room to upload additional evidence.


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You don't need to submit anything again. We submitted all our initial evidence right after we submitted the application, and once it was all uploaded we refreshed to find all the "recommended" stuff and either it was unneeded for us (like divorce evidence) or already uploaded (evidence of marriage etc). Just leave it or upload stuff later in that area if you end up getting more evidence, for example there is a "contact while apart" section which initially we already uploaded it before it came up as "recommended", and then a couple months later we had extra contact while apart evidence so we then used the "recommended" button to upload it.
Don't reupload anything. It'll just cost you uploads.
The recommended thing doesn't go away unless you upload something to it, regardless of whether you've already uploaded something or not.


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Thank you all that's so reassuring

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