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DV letter: type or write by hand?


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I wanted to get some suggestions on whether or not to type a DV letter or write it by hand. I read someone stating that writing it increases the chances of CRA actually looking into it vs. ignoring it as frivolous.

Any suggestions?

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I'd type it but it does not matter. However, either way, a CRA is not going to be looking at a DV letter.

If you mean a dispute to the CRA, again it does not matter. However, I'd type it. Whatever you send just needs to be sent certified mail. You can still submit handwritten or typed documents to the U.S. Supreme Court, so it's not going to matter much on a DV letter or whatever other type of letter you might be implying.

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I'd type it but it does not matter. However, either way, a CRA is not going to be looking at a DV letter.

If you mean a dispute to the CRA, again it does not matter. However, I'd type it. Whatever you send just needs to be sent certified mail. You can still submit handwritten or typed documents to the U.S. Supreme Court, so it's not going to matter much on a DV letter or whatever other type of letter you might be implying.

I see. I was just wondering if this would kind of make sure that it gets to the people versus being sent back to me as frivolous.

And yes, I meant dispute. Still new to the forum and learning all the naming conventions :)

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