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Is the following address the right address for the cover letter and intent to marry letter???

USCIS: 2501 South State Highway 121 Business Suite 400 Lewisville, TX 75067.

We already printed the letters with that address and we have everything ready to send the package, we are only waiting for my fiance's birth certificate to do it.

and really we won't want to print anything again.

Did someone get a RFE for having the wrong address in the cover letter and intent to marry letter? Or this will be a big issue? I am the beneficiary. Thanks!!


K-1 VISA

02-03-2011 - I-129F sent

02-04-2011 - I-129F received. Signed by Vill.

02-10-2011 - NOA1 (Email-message)

02-15-2011- NOA1 (Hard-copy received)

03-06-2011 - NOA2(email-text message)

NOA2 (3 MONTHS,3 WEEKS,4 DAYS)

06-15-2011- Packet 3 received by email

08-04-2011- Packet 3 Back to the Embassy

08-25-2011- Packet 4 Received (Interview day:09-08-2011)

09-08-2011- Interview (APPROVED)

09-13-2011- Visa Received (It took only 3 business days)

09-22-2011- POE

09-23-2011- My baby's B-day!

AOS

11-18-2011- We got married!

01-20-2012- AOS package sent

01-23-2012- AOS package received by USCIS

01-27-2012- NOA1 (email)

02-01-2012- NOA 1 (Hard-Copy Received)

02-07-2012- Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

02-13-2012- Email saying case was transferred to another office(Waiting for the hard copy to see where it was sent)

02-17-2012- Hard-Copy received- AOS transferred to CSC

02-21-2012- Biometrics Appointment-

03-13-2012- Biometrics Retaken due to they didn't take right my fingerprints.

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You can put that address or put the address of the service center (California or Vermont) that Texas is going to forward it to. I honestly don't think it matters as long as the content is there.

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We did not even have an address for the letter of intent... I dont think it matters. :)


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Is the following address the right address for the cover letter and intent to marry letter???

USCIS: 2501 South State Highway 121 Business Suite 400 Lewisville, TX 75067.

We already printed the letters with that address and we have everything ready to send the package, we are only waiting for my fiance's birth certificate to do it.

and really we won't want to print anything again.

Did someone get a RFE for having the wrong address in the cover letter and intent to marry letter? Or this will be a big issue? I am the beneficiary. Thanks!!

The USCIS address on none of the internal documents is important. What's important is that you send the documents to the correct Texas address. Do NOT send them directly to a service center. That will just delay your process. I would address the package to the PO box though and mail it using Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. If you're mailing from abroad, then use the Courier address and a courier service like FedEx or DHL.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Uruguay
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Thank you guys!! We will do that!!


K-1 VISA

02-03-2011 - I-129F sent

02-04-2011 - I-129F received. Signed by Vill.

02-10-2011 - NOA1 (Email-message)

02-15-2011- NOA1 (Hard-copy received)

03-06-2011 - NOA2(email-text message)

NOA2 (3 MONTHS,3 WEEKS,4 DAYS)

06-15-2011- Packet 3 received by email

08-04-2011- Packet 3 Back to the Embassy

08-25-2011- Packet 4 Received (Interview day:09-08-2011)

09-08-2011- Interview (APPROVED)

09-13-2011- Visa Received (It took only 3 business days)

09-22-2011- POE

09-23-2011- My baby's B-day!

AOS

11-18-2011- We got married!

01-20-2012- AOS package sent

01-23-2012- AOS package received by USCIS

01-27-2012- NOA1 (email)

02-01-2012- NOA 1 (Hard-Copy Received)

02-07-2012- Biometrics Appointment Notice Received

02-13-2012- Email saying case was transferred to another office(Waiting for the hard copy to see where it was sent)

02-17-2012- Hard-Copy received- AOS transferred to CSC

02-21-2012- Biometrics Appointment-

03-13-2012- Biometrics Retaken due to they didn't take right my fingerprints.

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