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U.S. Money Order/K-3

Old Sep 10th 2002, 8:59 pm
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Does anyone know whether it makes any difference if the money order purchased to pay for the immigration fees for the K-3 visa is bought in the U.S. or from an International Bank (still U.S. funds)?

I'm concerned that they might wonder why it wasn't purchased in the U.S. (My husband and I split the fees, he paid the first fee of $130 and I'm paying the second one, $110) I was just going to send it to him to include with the forms when he sends them in.

Any thoughts?
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Old Sep 11th 2002, 12:25 am
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no, it does not matter.. as long as the check cashes when they try to cash
it.





"Susie" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > Does anyone know whether it makes any difference if the money order purchased to
    > pay for the immigration fees for the K-3 visa is bought in the U.S. or from an
    > International Bank (still U.S. funds)?
    > I'm concerned that they might wonder why it wasn't purchased in the U.S. (My
    > husband and I split the fees, he paid the first fee of $130 and I'm paying the
    > second one, $110) I was just going to send it to him to include with the forms when
    > he sends them in.
    > Any thoughts?
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Old Sep 11th 2002, 3:28 am
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Default Re: U.S. Money Order/K-3

However, it is advisable to issue a check from your account. This way, you have a paper trail as to when the application was recieved and processed.




Originally posted by News.Rcn.Com:
no, it does not matter.. as long as the check cashes when they try to cash
it.





"Susie" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > Does anyone know whether it makes any difference if the money order purchased to
    > pay for the immigration fees for the K-3 visa is bought in the U.S. or from an
    > International Bank (still U.S. funds)?
    > I'm concerned that they might wonder why it wasn't purchased in the U.S. (My
    > husband and I split the fees, he paid the first fee of $130 and I'm paying the
    > second one, $110) I was just going to send it to him to include with the forms when
    > he sends them in.
    > Any thoughts?
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
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Old Sep 11th 2002, 8:15 pm
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Default Re: U.S. Money Order/K-3

Thank you for the replies!!

Originally posted by PRESIDENT:
However, it is advisable to issue a check from your account. This way, you have a paper trail as to when the application was recieved and processed.



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