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Old Feb 4, 2003, 11:34 AM   #12
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I was just helping someone with a permanent residency form they had to fill in, and in that case you CAN'T submit an inkjet photo, or a photo you (or a friend) have taken of yourself:

• be produced from the same unretouched film or from the same file capturing the digital image or from two identical photos exposed simultaneously by a split-image or multi-lens camera;
• be original photos (not taken from any existing photo);
• be on photographic paper that has a backing which accepts and retains the date and the guarantor’s signature without smearing. Photos without this backing are not acceptable;
• be on prints that are well-fixed and washed to prevent fading and discolouration;

So you should check the instructions that come with the form first before you send in a photo that's unsuitable.
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