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Money Order Question/Problem?!

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I live abroad currently, and when it came to getting a money order to pay the application fee for the I-129F, I had my mom, who is also my co-sponsor, send me a money order. The MO will have her name on it, as it had to come from her bank.

Does the MO have to be from the petitioner or is this not an issue?

4/25/2017: Married

5/10/2017: Filed for AOS from K1 Visa

5/23/2017: NOA1 received by text and email

5/25/2017: NOA1 received in mail

6/12/2017: Biometrics appointment completed

7/27/2017: Case ready to be scheduled for interview

8/24/2017: Interview Scheduled


8/28/2017: EAD Approved

9/5/2017: EAD Received


9/27/2017: GC Interview

9/27/2017: GC Approved

10/5/2017: GC Received


8/02/2019: i-751 filed (sent UPS to Lewisville, TX)

8/07/2019: Check cashed

8/12/2019: 18 month extension received 😎




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