do it separately because sometimes they will send back the $135 and keep the biometrics fee.
The advice that I give in each answer or legal is not intended to take the place of an in person consultation. A complete answer takes an in depth interview. After all, it is a life that is at stake. If you are in another city that I do not service ask me and I might be able to recommend you an attorney there. In general, in Houston, I recommend Adan Vega or Bruce Coane, Specialists. In Dallas I recommend Richard Fernandez or Yong Wood highly skilled and experienced.
As you can see the operative word is "may" be in one money order, so it does not have to be. And I agree with my colleagues, best to review the instruction form regarding proper payment.
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Either one would work.
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