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We sent the I-129F to wrong address

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Hi again! I know I have so many questions.

do you know what happens when the package arrives to a wrong place? My fiancé wrote in the address 75260 and it's 75266. And also wrote K-1 visa instead of I-129F.

what does USPS do in these cases?

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I just checked my old emails from USPS tracking our package when we sent it to USCIS, and the statuses "Arrived at the post office" and "Delivered" show that zip code, 75260... So since that's the post office that deals with the USCIS package, I'd say there's a good chance it's delivered no problem.

Good luck!

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