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Jan. 13, 2022, 1:38 p.m. | /u/MathEngineer42

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Sporadically I've seen a few topics on "going paperless", but honestly I'm still confused where to start.

Thing is we (married with children) plan to move to another country and having so many official papers one of the questions is what to do with all those. Bringing with us is not an option, maybe just the most important ones (e.g. birth certificates, ID cards, such stuff.)

Sometimes I do scan documents, but again only the most important ones are what I'm having in a digital format. Mostly JPEGs …

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