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Sending Fees with 2 Different Personal Checks

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Greece
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So, due to having lack of evidence it's time for us to create some evidence. We create opened a joint account last week & bank will send us checks with both names on it. I am use the check will function with either of ours signature. Should we split the $590 fees and send filing fees with my signature & biometrics fee with wife's signature? Below is only what we have:

Signed copy of I-751 application by both petitioner and beneficiary.

Check of $590.00 for both filing and biometrics fee.

Joint tax return transcript (Years 2009,2010 & 2011)

Copy of wife's Green card (Front and back)

Copy of our year 2011 certificate of health plan coverage

Copy of our year 2012 certificate of health plan coverage

Copy of our year 2011 health insurance card

Copy of our year 2012 health insurance card

Copy of our certificate of DeltaCare dental plan coverage

Copy of our certificate of EyeMed vision plan coverage

Copy of our State identification card with same address.

Copy of my 401k insurance (wife as beneficiary)

Copy of Citi credit card with same number issued to both of us (Front and back)

Copy of medical bills mailed to both of us at same address

Flight itinerary during 2010 Greece trip

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Do not send 2 payments. Send 1 payment one check one signature.

With shared bank account and both names on the check either person can sign the check.


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