Crop and print
Voila! Now you have your digital image. To make sure the final dimensions are correct, upload it to (and crop using) the US State Department's handy, free online photo tool.
You can either print it out at home on high-quality photo paper and trim it yourself according to the required dimensions (square, between 600x600 pixels and 1200x1200 pixels) or take it to a drugstore/copy shop and have someone print it for you.
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