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90 day report - what does this note from Imm mean?


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I did my last 90-day report by mail in July. Got the whole pack (all the docs I had submitted) + the acknowledgement (the slip with "Receipt of Notification" at the top) + the note below. What does the handwritten "original no copy" mean?

The obvious answer is the original of the previous Receipt of Notification. But I like to hold on to the original and mail in a copy which worked all the time before. So is mailing in a copy actually wrong and the rule is the original? Or does it refer to something else?

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It means exactly what it says... YOU keep the copy and send the original back with your next request. The IO noticed that you did differently and instead of declining your 90d report for the "missing" original, he was very nice with you and informed you about your mistakes. 

What is your problem with keeping the copy for yourself? 

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38 minutes ago, Swiss1960 said:

What is your problem with keeping the copy for yourself? 

None whatsoever. Except past several times mailed in the copy with no problem so it was a bit of a surprise to get rapped on the knuckles.

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