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I come here in USA last November 23, 2014 ...I filed my immigration fee last December 16, 2014 ...but until now I still don't receive my green card ...I keep calling the USCIS for follow up they have already given me 3 different reference number and every reference number it takes me more than 30 days to wait ...I'm down now for my 3rd reference number to wait for their response ...plsss need ur advice here as what I need to do....thanks

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~~moved to general immigration discussion with other like topics from IR1/CR1 process and procedures~~


What does you ELIS status say?


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Card produced since December 23 , 2014 ....they said that my card was returned to USCIS due to the post office can't deliver it ...USCIS received it last January 14, 2015 and they will hold it for 180 days....but I never received any notice....I keep an eye everyday for our mails ...now I don't know wht to do aside from keep calling them for follow up...they ask me if I received a note saying welcome to america which I also don't receive it too...what should I do now?

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You need to contact the post office to make sure they have you on that address and that you have the address written down correctly.

Then contact the USCIS to make sure they have your CORRECT address as written by the post office.


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Thank you NLR ...but USCIS already have it back as it returned to them

I know.

But unless you make sure all the addresses are correct, if they send it back to you, it will simply be returned to them again. So make sure the addresses with the post office and USCIS are correct so they can send you your card.


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did you receive your card yet?


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