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Just 1 is ok .... as is having an attorney help you. It isn't as simple of a process as it appears to be.
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One money order is fine. Make sure that you fill-out the money order properly and make it out to the Department of Homeland Security (no abbreviations).
I would especially encourage you to talk to an attorney before filing if you have any arrests, citations, convictions or other contact with the police and or criminal justice system. Even seemingly minor crimes like a DUI can result in denial and possibly an NTA.