I'm sending my package for Adjustment of Status and visa petition for my Spouse, who is already in the U.S. Both forms I-130 and I-485 are in the same package, so, Now I'm filling the money orders to attach to, as a proof of payment of the fees (1,070) on the USPS money order paper, there is a blank space in which I should write the address, but since USCIS has many addresses, I don't know exactly what should I write down or if I should leave it in blank.
Before you send out the packet, it may be a good idea to have it reviewed by an immigration attorney. If all you have in there is the I130 and I485 you're missing quite a few forms. Also, the filing fee should be 1,490 and you can write down the address that you're sending the packet to.
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Why not use the same address as you indicate as your residence address on your USCIS Forms?
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The exact same address you are addressing all the Forms you are now about to send.
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