You can certainly send one check or money order to cover the entire mount. However, on occasion the clerks at USCIS make mistakes in math and the applications can be rejected. It is better to send one check or money order for each application.
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One check is fine. There is no fee for the G-325A.
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I usually write a check for the I-130 filing fee and then combine the I-485 and biometrics fees in another check.
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Two (2) checks, one for the I-130 and another for the I-485, both of which have to be made out to the Department of Homeland Security or "DHS'. There is no fee for the G-325s.
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