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I just sent out my I-129F via USPS express overnight delivery service. It comes with tracking number, notification it arrived and signature conformation. Is the signature conformation (where they (USCIS- California has to sign when received) a bad idea? I'm very stressed. I got home checked visajourney and saw that some people had problems with it and the whole thing was sent back!

Please ANY advice. Has anyone had a problem with this?

Thank you

Luke and Deanna


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Our Timeline...
06-03-2007. Met Online
07-09-2007. Met in Person in the US
07-04-2008. WE GOT ENGAGED!!!

I-129F Timeline...

12-15-2008. Sent I-129F Petition to CSC
12-18-2008. NOA1. Money order cashed
05-22-2009. NOA2 APPROVED!
09-16-2009. Medical
09-28-2009. Interview. APPROVED!!!
10-06-2009. Visa received
10-10-2009. U.S. Entry
11-07-2009. Wedding


AOS Timeline...
11-30-2009. Sent AOS
12-07-2009. NOA1
01-07-2010. Biometrics appointment
01-12-2010. Transferred to CSC
02-17-2010. I-485 Card Production Ordered & Welcome Notice Sent
02-26-2010. GREEN CARD ARRIVED!!!


ROC Timeline...
12-28-2011. Sent ROC
12-29-2011. NOA1
02-15-2012. Biometrics appointment (Walk in on 01-26-2012)
06-06-2012. ROC APPROVED!!!
06-19-2012. 10 YEAR GREEN CARD ARRIVED!!!


Citizenship Timeline...
11-27-2012. Sent N-400
11-29-2012. NOA1
12-28-2012. Biometrics appointment
01-11-2013. In line for interview
01-28-2013. Notice of Interview Scheduled (Letter in mailbox 02-01-3013)
03-01-2013. Interview
05-08-2013. OATH DATE!
IM A CITIZEN!!!

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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lol. you have to stop stressing, as long as you sent it to the correct address, it doesn't matter who signs it. i have been reading some of your posts, just :wow: . Relax, everything will be fine!


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Just don't be disappointed with the results of your tracking - typically all you'll see is that it arrived on location - and no signature - they get so much mail that no one sits there and signs for packages.

As long as it was addressed correctly - assume the best. :thumbs:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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This is a common topic, many when sending package to USCIS via post office will get bad tracking info, usually the package arrives at the PO box AFTER USCIS has picked up for the day, check the tracking info in another day or so.


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

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I just sent out my I-129F via USPS express overnight delivery service. It comes with tracking number, notification it arrived and signature conformation. Is the signature conformation (where they (USCIS- California has to sign when received) a bad idea? I'm very stressed. I got home checked visajourney and saw that some people had problems with it and the whole thing was sent back!

Please ANY advice. Has anyone had a problem with this?

Thank you

Luke and Deanna

WOW. Chill out! You are just getting started and you'll end up wacko if you continue like this. Join your local chapter of

Speed Waiting!! :whistle:

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K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

!! ALL PAU!

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OK so my request for it to be signed for is ok and shouldn't have any delays or sent back?

Yikes I need to chill out!

Ha, sorry for stressing but with being the emotional person that I am, I can't help! :blush: I'm ALREADY a stressed out wacko and it's just the beginning! By the end of this process I'll be mailing my therapy bills to them! :jest:

Well all of your posts have definitely calmed me down. I don't care if the tracking is bad as long as it gets there and isn't sent back! ha.

Thank you and I'll scoot on over to where I belong now... The waiting crew!

Thank you again for sharing your advice.

Luke and Deanna


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Our Timeline...
06-03-2007. Met Online
07-09-2007. Met in Person in the US
07-04-2008. WE GOT ENGAGED!!!

I-129F Timeline...

12-15-2008. Sent I-129F Petition to CSC
12-18-2008. NOA1. Money order cashed
05-22-2009. NOA2 APPROVED!
09-16-2009. Medical
09-28-2009. Interview. APPROVED!!!
10-06-2009. Visa received
10-10-2009. U.S. Entry
11-07-2009. Wedding


AOS Timeline...
11-30-2009. Sent AOS
12-07-2009. NOA1
01-07-2010. Biometrics appointment
01-12-2010. Transferred to CSC
02-17-2010. I-485 Card Production Ordered & Welcome Notice Sent
02-26-2010. GREEN CARD ARRIVED!!!


ROC Timeline...
12-28-2011. Sent ROC
12-29-2011. NOA1
02-15-2012. Biometrics appointment (Walk in on 01-26-2012)
06-06-2012. ROC APPROVED!!!
06-19-2012. 10 YEAR GREEN CARD ARRIVED!!!


Citizenship Timeline...
11-27-2012. Sent N-400
11-29-2012. NOA1
12-28-2012. Biometrics appointment
01-11-2013. In line for interview
01-28-2013. Notice of Interview Scheduled (Letter in mailbox 02-01-3013)
03-01-2013. Interview
05-08-2013. OATH DATE!
IM A CITIZEN!!!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England
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I'll echo what the others have said. There's no problem sending express mail and having a return receipt. It worked fine for us. Arrived in CA the 2nd day and our N01A was issued the following day.

Bob


2009/08/06 Wedding Date. Married on a sailboat off Florida's west coast.

I-485

2009/10/07 Sent

2009/10/14 NOA Date

2009/10/23 Bio Apt Letter Received

2009/10/28 Transferred to California

2009/11/10 Biometrics Apt

20xx/xx/xx Interview Date

2009/12/01 Card Production Ordered

2009/12/07 Card Received

EAD

2009/10/07 Sent

2009/10/14 NOA Date

2009/10/23 Bio Apt Letter Received

2009/11/10 Biometrics Apt

2009/11/23 Card Production Ordered

2009/12/03 Card Received

AP

20xx/xx/xx Sent

20xx/xx/xx Arrived

20xx/xx/xx NOA Date

20xx/xx/xx Approval Date

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Croatia
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We had no problems with this either.


I-129F Sent: Aug 20th 2008

Interview Date: April 8th 2009, 10:30 - APPROVED!

K-1 Visa Received: April 9th 2009

POE: Aug 8th 2009, Minneapolis

Wedding: Aug 28th 2009

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Our I-129f was approved in 107 days from our NOA1 date.

Our I-129f was approved in 114 days from our filing date.

Our case spent 52 days being chewed by NVC.

Our interview took 224 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

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AOS, AP, EAD filed: Oct 15th 2009

Biometrics: Nov 24th 2009

AP received: Dec 14th 2009

EAD received: Dec 17th 2009

Green Card received: Dec 18th 2009

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I just sent out my I-129F via USPS express overnight delivery service. It comes with tracking number, notification it arrived and signature conformation. Is the signature conformation (where they (USCIS- California has to sign when received) a bad idea? I'm very stressed. I got home checked visajourney and saw that some people had problems with it and the whole thing was sent back!

Please ANY advice. Has anyone had a problem with this?

Thank you

Luke and Deanna

if it's any consolation, I sent my papers WITHOUT a signature confirmation, for whatever reason they ended up on another post office across the street from the right one Chicago, eventually the package got on the right side of the street and picked up by the USCIS. Now as to the emotion, I am VERY emotional and IMPATIENT to boot, I almost made myself sick from the impatience and the whole agony of it, I ended up having to see a therapist...my reassurances lied with my fiancee who kept giving me faith that everything would work out in the end


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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines
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I just sent out my I-129F via USPS express overnight delivery service. It comes with tracking number, notification it arrived and signature conformation. Is the signature conformation (where they (USCIS- California has to sign when received) a bad idea? I'm very stressed. I got home checked visajourney and saw that some people had problems with it and the whole thing was sent back!

Please ANY advice. Has anyone had a problem with this?

Thank you

Luke and Deanna

for FUTURE reference you should of sent it REGISTERED MAIL only. That is been the established procedure for attorney's etc reason Registered mail is the safest way for USCIS and will GARENTEE A signature. USCIS cannot recieve the mail on this type without someone signing for it ALSO it is the most secure form of mail there is.. Overnight express is not the secure method.

If there is a problem with sending correspondance to USCIS and they say you never sent it and you did but they lost it YOU will have to prove it to them with a signature of theirs that it was recieved and if you use any other method with no sig. you will be in major trouble.

Well, good luck to you. and I hope you have an easy process on your visajourney ;)

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Filed: Other Country: China
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I just sent out my I-129F via USPS express overnight delivery service. It comes with tracking number, notification it arrived and signature conformation. Is the signature conformation (where they (USCIS- California has to sign when received) a bad idea? I'm very stressed. I got home checked visajourney and saw that some people had problems with it and the whole thing was sent back!

Please ANY advice. Has anyone had a problem with this?

Thank you

Luke and Deanna

for FUTURE reference you should of sent it REGISTERED MAIL only. That is been the established procedure for attorney's etc reason Registered mail is the safest way for USCIS and will GARENTEE A signature. USCIS cannot recieve the mail on this type without someone signing for it ALSO it is the most secure form of mail there is.. Overnight express is not the secure method.

If there is a problem with sending correspondance to USCIS and they say you never sent it and you did but they lost it YOU will have to prove it to them with a signature of theirs that it was recieved and if you use any other method with no sig. you will be in major trouble.

Well, good luck to you. and I hope you have an easy process on your visajourney ;)

All mail I ever received from an attorney that wasn't "first class" was "Certified with return receipt requested" not "Registered". However, my advice is to use no signature confirmation unless potentially for the return of an RFE. Petition filing with priority mail or express mail with "delivery confirmation" (no signature but confirmation) is my preferred method for petition and application filing with USCIS because it's a post office to post office function. It's one thing USPS does pretty well. "Delivery Confirmation" is online. It's not "tracking". If your package was delivered this morning, you'll be able to see the delivery confirmation by late tonight or tomorrow and can print it for your records. Personally, I don't see the point in overnight delivery vs two-day delivery for a months long process.


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