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UK money order/cashier's check for IV fee bill

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Hi there,

I (the beneficiary & agent of an I-130 petition) received the $380 IV bill from the NVC recently. I am unsure however of how to obtain a money order for it here in the UK. The post office seemed unable to do a money order in US$, while the bank didn't seem to understand what it was and asked me if I wanted a banker's draft instead.

For the sake of safety, I would like to go through one of these institutions. Should I perhaps go back to the bank and ask about getting a cashier's cheque in US$ instead? My main concern is that I adhere to the statement on the bill "Please return this portion with a cashier's check or money order in U.S. dollars drawn on a U.S. bank"

Thanks for taking the time to read this, any UK-specific advice would be appreciated!

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I would try a branch of a bank that has offices in the UK and USA, for example HSBC they should be able to generate a cashiers check in US dollars.

http://www.hsbc.com/

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Thank you for your advice. I'm planning on looking into cashier's checks on Monday as the word 'money order' seems to confuse people over here, especially when I add 'in US dollars drawn on a US bank'!

I would try a branch of a bank that has offices in the UK and USA, for example HSBC they should be able to generate a cashiers check in US dollars.

http://www.hsbc.com/

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