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Problems attaching Documents for Visa to Visa 820


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Old 03-06-2017, 10:44 AM
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Problems attaching Documents for Visa to Visa 820

I have steadily been uploading evidence for the last month as I am able to. For instance, my AFP background was extremely fast (online) compared to the slow, snail mail of my FBI check. I uploaded the AFP check as soon as I received it, thinking I would just upload my FBI one when it finally came in the mail. However, now that I have finally received it, I am unable to attach it as anything other than "AFP background check." The attachment drop-down menu has disappeared. It's the same with every other attachment option as well. Is there anything I can do about this? Should I just upload it as "AFP background check" and write in the description what it actually is?


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Old 03-06-2017, 11:05 AM
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I have steadily been uploading evidence for the last month as I am able to. For instance, my AFP background was extremely fast (online) compared to the slow, snail mail of my FBI check. I uploaded the AFP check as soon as I received it, thinking I would just upload my FBI one when it finally came in the mail. However, now that I have finally received it, I am unable to attach it as anything other than "AFP background check." The attachment drop-down menu has disappeared. It's the same with every other attachment option as well. Is there anything I can do about this? Should I just upload it as "AFP background check" and write in the description what it actually is?
I would do what you said then correctly label it in the comments. Email immi to tell them you've done it too.


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Old 03-06-2017, 12:02 PM
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Did you select the add attachment at the bottom vs the add attachment next to things that had already been added?

I found the add attachment at the bottom gave more options.


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Just like Mish said, scroll all the way to the bottom below the options and you'll see a button to add more attachments. You'll then be given a choice of what looks like every possible drop down menu and sub menu, haha.


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