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So I got my GC in the mail last week, and today I was just looking at the envelope, the return addres is the VSC, but on the postal stamp it has a zipcode from Nebraska. I don't get USCIS, why can they just do the card in VSC? Our papers go through a lot of travelling because I also read somewhere in the forum that the actual approval takes place in a local office. Well, at least I got my card and now I can rest from USCIS :whistle:

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So I got my GC in the mail last week, and today I was just looking at the envelope, the return addres is the VSC, but on the postal stamp it has a zipcode from Nebraska. I don't get USCIS, why can they just do the card in VSC? Our papers go through a lot of travelling because I also read somewhere in the forum that the actual approval takes place in a local office. Well, at least I got my card and now I can rest from USCIS :whistle:

The USCIS has three card production facilities... One in KY, one in NE and I forget where the third one is located.... After a decision is made on a file then the information is transmitted to a facility for a card to be made....

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So I got my GC in the mail last week, and today I was just looking at the envelope, the return addres is the VSC, but on the postal stamp it has a zipcode from Nebraska. I don't get USCIS, why can they just do the card in VSC? Our papers go through a lot of travelling because I also read somewhere in the forum that the actual approval takes place in a local office. Well, at least I got my card and now I can rest from USCIS :whistle:

The USCIS has three card production facilities... One in KY, one in NE and I forget where the third one is located.... After a decision is made on a file then the information is transmitted to a facility for a card to be made....

Ohhh I though they did everything in VT. Ok, good to know

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The third one is in Texas.

I didn't think Texas was correct so I looked it up.. Corbin KY is the main facility and NE and VT are regional facilities and are overload and disaster backup

... emphasis added...

This branch oversees and manages the day-to-day operations of three facilities consisting of the Corbin Document Production Facility ..(KY).., the Nebraska Document Production Facility and the Vermont Document Production Facility.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/nativedocuments..._production.pdf

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The third one is in Texas.

I didn't think Texas was correct so I looked it up.. Corbin KY is the main facility and NE and VT are regional facilities and are overload and disaster backup

... emphasis added...

This branch oversees and manages the day-to-day operations of three facilities consisting of the Corbin Document Production Facility ..(KY).., the Nebraska Document Production Facility and the Vermont Document Production Facility.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/nativedocuments..._production.pdf

Texas is where my GC came from after a lot of hassle. Maybe it's just for the new GC (CR-1s) and not for 10-year ones?


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Texas is where my GC came from after a lot of hassle. Maybe it's just for the new GC (CR-1s) and not for 10-year ones?

Texas is based on return address or actual postal stamp?


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Texas is where my GC came from after a lot of hassle. Maybe it's just for the new GC (CR-1s) and not for 10-year ones?

Texas is based on return address or actual postal stamp?

I'll double check and get back to you. I know the congressman's office corresponded with TSC director and I know I had to send I-90 to Texas to a specific individual.


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Texas is where my GC came from after a lot of hassle. Maybe it's just for the new GC (CR-1s) and not for 10-year ones?

Texas is based on return address or actual postal stamp?

I'll double check and get back to you. I know the congressman's office corresponded with TSC director and I know I had to send I-90 to Texas to a specific individual.

Ok, double checked - took me a while to find the envelope - return address is the USCIS office in Mesquite, TX, the actual postal stamp is 75149 which is also in Texas.

The paper that the GC came on again has the Texas Service Center address, my A# as well as a note to use the top portion with the bar code when either removing conditions or getting a new card - anyone sent this in with their I-751?


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