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So, I mailed in the I-751 on June 26, it got there the next day on the 27. I am getting stationed to New Mexico, we are moving today. I was sure to put the address change on the application AND changed it online. We have yet to receive anything, unfortunately it was do to the address being wrong. We just noticed it today!! It was given to me wrong, so I didn't know until I asked my friend today if the address was good. I called USCIS just now, and they said they can't get any information until 30 days after they receive the application. Which will be July 27th. Her green card expires August 9th!

Now, I tripled checked the application and made sure it was filled right. Provided awesome evidence (life insurance with her as beneficiary, joint bank account, child birth certificate, joint tax return etc.) as well as the fee. Package was good to go. BUT let's say that they have to return it for some reason, to fix something....will I have enough time before her expiration date to get it processed? Even if I mail it next day?? Will they send me a receipt regardless of it needing to be fixed or if it is good to go?

I'm not losing hope yet. I'm noticing that people are getting their letter anywhere from 1-5 days. Just need to also prepare for the worse. I just need to know what I should start looking into, just in case....

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yup. silly stuff like fill out a name card, quickly, showing all names (including the human referenced in post #1)

then offer to pay a fee for remailing to the human who actually has the wrong address.

saves a lot of @#$@ hassle with USPS and USCIS later.


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So, I mailed in the I-751 on June 26, it got there the next day on the 27. I am getting stationed to New Mexico, we are moving today. I was sure to put the address change on the application AND changed it online. We have yet to receive anything, unfortunately it was do to the address being wrong. We just noticed it today!! It was given to me wrong, so I didn't know until I asked my friend today if the address was good. I called USCIS just now, and they said they can't get any information until 30 days after they receive the application. Which will be July 27th. Her green card expires August 9th!

Now, I tripled checked the application and made sure it was filled right. Provided awesome evidence (life insurance with her as beneficiary, joint bank account, child birth certificate, joint tax return etc.) as well as the fee. Package was good to go. BUT let's say that they have to return it for some reason, to fix something....will I have enough time before her expiration date to get it processed? Even if I mail it next day?? Will they send me a receipt regardless of it needing to be fixed or if it is good to go?

I'm not losing hope yet. I'm noticing that people are getting their letter anywhere from 1-5 days. Just need to also prepare for the worse. I just need to know what I should start looking into, just in case....

From own experience/research, even if the August expiration date passes, hopefully not, she'll still be considered in a state of transition phase, so in my opinion, there is not worry with that. And until then, you may have all types of correspondence with the USC, as proof of that.

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Thanks for the reply. I don't even know for sure if uscis even sent anything. I won't find out till the 27th. But I checked with my friends neighbor and with the post office. If something was sent and was not delivered it is almost immediately sent back to the sender. I'm just hoping that they actually sent a receipt. Even if i don't have it, it will feel better knowing that they accepted the application. ..

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