Has anybody ever had any issues with USPS delivering anything from USCIS? We haven't received any USPS tracking updates since 5/16 (see photo). It still says expected delivery by 5/18. I've used Priority Mail extensively for business and can't remember ever having an issue like this.
5/10: EAD card was sent for production.
5/15: Repeat update that EAD card was sent for production.
5/16: EAD card shipped w/ tracking number for USPS Priority Mail
Today (5/22), I called USPS and they are looking into it and are supposed to get back to me within 24 hours. USCIS says to contact them if we haven't received it in 7 days, which is tomorrow.
Just wondering if any of you have had issues with USPS and the visa process in the past.
I hope I am posting this question in the right place. I wasn't sure where to place it. My husband received his 10 year green card 3 years ago. (We applied for a K-1 visa and he was approved for the 10 year card in 2010). We obviously no longer have any open/pending cases. Now we are about to move, and I am aware that he will have to fill out a change of address form. But do I need to fill out a form as well? We have been married for 5 years. Am I still considered his sponsor after all of this time? I have done some searching, but I am getting some conflicting information. We moved once before, but it was right after we were married. So I had to fill out a form then--that was understanable because I was still considered reponsible for him at that time. I just want to make sure that if I have to do it again, that I take care of ASAP. Does anyone know?
Im not sure what to do after i got my noa2... I already read the guides and i also searched on the forum.. But i am a bit confused...
How long will it take before nvc receives my case? And what happens when they receive it, do i need to wait for a letter from the embassy i am going to or can i start on something as soon as i get my nvc case number?
I want my process to go as fast as possible, even one day could change alot in my case...
It seems there are a bunch of forum topics about this but I can't find a clear answer so I will try with this post.
I just got my CR-1 visa in the mail (the added page in my passport and the mysterious "do not open" envelope) and will be arriving in the US, specifically Sea-Tac on June 1 2013. My question is: On this FIRST arrival which line should I go in at the port of entry? The visitors line or the line for citizens/residents? On the one hand I'm technically not a resident yet, just a CR-1 visa holder, but on the other hand I am not just a visitor either. So are there any official guidelines on what to specifically do this FIRST entry after you get the visa?
After my first entry I will hopefully get that stamp - I forget the code for it - and fairly soon after I will hopefully get my GC in the mail. So obviously after this I will go in the line for permanent residents, but my question is concerning that very first time.