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How many checks for K1/K2 AOS?

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Just wondering if I should include one check for my wife and her two children for the AOS applications or 3 separaate ones. Are there any advantages or disadvantages either way? Thanks

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:guides: easily accessible at the top of the forum page. In particular, the K2 AOS tips: http://www.visajourney.com/content/k2-visa-adjustment-of-status-tips

FWIW, I sent in one check with my wife and stepson's AOS packet. YMMV.

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?When sending payment, you can either write one check for each application or one check for them both. The benefit of writing just the one check is that if for any reason the K-2 AOS paperwork is not accepted and therefore returned, the full adjustment fee becomes payable. However, if the paperwork is not accepted and the check is for both applications, both applications will be returned and the correction to the K-2 application can be made and resubmitted for the same fee. " Thanks for the reply. I have read the guides and, when you read this quote, it isn't clear on the distinction between one check or multiple. Maybe I'm just reading it wrong. Just curious as to other members' experiences

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