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George83

Signing the check for uscis

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Hello

 

Me and my spouse are about to file the i751 form, I'm the petitioner, she is the US Citizen

Although I'm the petitioner on the i751 form and we are filing together, who should sign the check?

We have a joint bank account and all of our finances are together. All checks are usually signed by her. The instructions on USCIS website led me to believe that I should be the one signing the check.

Can she sign the check, even if I'm the applicant? I'm asking this because I have never filled a check, usually I leave this to her. All payments I ever do are made with the debit card linked to our account.

The checks are printed in both our names, and the account is also in both our names.

 

Thank you

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