Use this link and you can fill out the information then save it to your desktop, from there you can email it as an attachment.
Not sure what 'scan feature' you're referring to, but if you have a digital camera you could send a photo of the document. As long as the resolution is fairly descent I don't see why this wouldn't be acceptable to someone.
Make a screenshot and save to files and photos. Then find it in files and print it. If that doesn’t work, go to your photos. It will be there. You can edit it, especially resizing the borders to remove extraneous material. If you don’t know how to make a screenshot, google, “[your computer model] how to make screenshot.” ie “iPhone 12 Max Pro...”. Below is a screenshot of this answer. I have an iPad and clicked the top-right square with an arrow and saved it to photos. I could have edited it in photos and then printed it. I’m sorry I don’t know how to do this on a PC or Android.
Hope this helps,
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