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Hi Again,

I sent my package ceritfied mail because I want to make sure they receive it. In the past I have had issues with USCIS not receiving my documents. Has anyone done this?

Thanks

I always send my applications by courier (ie, Fed-Ex). Gives great tracking which is lacking for the post office and well worth the $10-$15 to send.


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02/27/08 - sent I-751 (remove conditions)

03/07/08 - check cleared

04/24/08 - transferred to VSC

04/25/08 - touched

08/??/08 - reschedule photo & prints

09/19/08 - photo & fingerprints

12/25/08 - touched

12/31/08 - card production ordered

06/14/11 - N-400 app sent

06/16/11 - N-400 NOA

07/07/11 - Biometrics appt.

09/07/11 - N-400 Interview

09/26/11 - Oath ceremony

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You might want to read this thread about using certified mail first.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=165894

I also had a problem where a document I sent elsewhere via certified mail got 'lost' for nearly a month. When I complained to the Post Office their response was that certified mail is the most guaranteed way to reach its destination but it can also be one of the slowest. Ten days seems to be the average for certified mail delivery in my personal experience. If I have anything now that would require certified mail I always use a courier instead - more secure, faster and I can track it almost hour by hour, which you can't with certified mail - especially if one of the way stations along the way forgets to record the receipt of the package. That is how mine got lost in the system for so long.


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