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PIO application: MO and cover letter

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Hello All,

I am applying for PIO for my wife at Chicago Travisa; who became a US citizen in May 2011. (She was an Indian citizen from her birth in 1984 till May 2011). I am still Indian citizen with US green card. I need help with questions below:

1. I am applying for PIO and Renunciation of Indian passport.

Do I need to supply separate Money Orders for both the services or should I get just one Money Order with the total amount?

2. I am submitting copies of the following documents: Copy if US passport of applicant ; passport of Indian passport of the applicant; copy of driver's license of applicant and copy of Indian passport of spouse of applicant.

(I am also submitting original US passport of applicant, original latest Indian passport of applicant for renunciation)

Do I need notarized copies of any of the documents or just regular copies are fine?

3. I will be using Fedex for sending my application packet and documents to Travisa, Chicago.

Do I need insurance on the package or tracking or any other special requirement?

Thank you in advance!

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