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is it ok to send DS-230 and AOS package in one enevelope?

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Philippines
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Since both IV bill and AOS fees showed paid today, I plan to send the docs together, would it be acceptable if I just send the documents in one envelope? I separated them already in clear plastic and printed each bar code for both. Besides, I notice they just go in one address from the bar code I printed which is 31 Rochester Avenue Suite 100 and its just the ATTN: CMR AOS and the other would be ATTN: CMR..Would it be ok to do it then? Anyone doing the same thing or had done it?Thanks.

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: India
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Since both IV bill and AOS fees showed paid today, I plan to send the docs together, would it be acceptable if I just send the documents in one envelope? I separated them already in clear plastic and printed each bar code for both. Besides, I notice they just go in one address from the bar code I printed which is 31 Rochester Avenue Suite 100 and its just the ATTN: CMR AOS and the other would be ATTN: CMR..Would it be ok to do it then? Anyone doing the same thing or had done it?Thanks.

It would be better if u send both Docs seperately... Attn: CMR is the department which handles DS-230 Docs where as ATTN:AOS is the department which handles AOS DOcs....even if u send both docs in a single envelope there is no big deal....but it will take 1-2 days for them to transfer correct docs at correct Dept.

so better send in separate envelopes...u can save time which is more important than money...!!!


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