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    MMorales,

    Thank you very much for your response to my OPT question yesterday.

    I understood what you wrote, except for the part about the cancelled check. What do you mean by 'cancelled check'? I checked with my bank, and the $120 check has not even been cashed yet.

    Where do I get the A# from? The bank?

    Thanks,

    SR.

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    MMorales,

    Thank you very much for your response to my OPT question yesterday.

    I understood what you wrote, except for the part about the cancelled check. What do you mean by 'cancelled check'? I checked with my bank, and the $120 check has not even been cashed yet.

    Where do I get the A# from? The bank?

    Thanks,

    SR.

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    • #3
      Always use money order. Checks delay your case.

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      • #4
        Hi Hello, what you mean checks delays the case? Is that something to do with their procedures or banking system?

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        • #5
          Yes thats correct. I would not use a check with INS because its a longer process than money order. Use money order but use certified mail to be sure they got your papers.

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          • #6
            Yes, if you use money orders, then you can sometimes contact the company that issued it and get the A# from there.

            My perspective is a bit different, because attorneys use an IOLTA checking account. The process is not slowed by the use of these checks, because a dishonored check could put the attorney in disciplinary proceedings.

            Anyhow, American Express has been very helpful with this type of sitatution in the past.

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