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I am about to mail off our packet to file an I-751. How should I write the return address section? I know there are specific things they are looking for here. I just want to make sure that I do it right. Also, does it matter what kind of metal fasteners I use to bind my documents together?? I would REALLY appreciate your help. I'm just nervous because I don't want to make any mistakes. Thanks in advance for all your help. God bless. :blush:

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Large paper clips.

Write your return address on the corner, pretty simple nothing fancy or "certain way" about it.

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