Applying for a U.S. employment or investment of any kind is serious business, from the beginning of the process to the end. Like it or not, serious business usually means forms and paperwork. Together, forms and paperwork comprise documentation. There is an axiom in business matters that, “If it’s not documented, it didn’t happen.” The immigration process requires documentation. For that reason, it is important not to become frustrated at having to fill out forms. It is even more important to understand best practices for completing forms.
The practices we are about to recommend should apply to the filing of any form of any kind, anywhere and at any time and, in fact, are included in a list of “Form Filing Tips” published on the USCIS website.
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