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Ok guys, I have one more question.

I have my package ready to mail it out this Monday. My question is that...

I have addressed all the forms and documents to USCIS Address for Express mail and Courier (as indicted below), is it ok that when I mail my package I mail it to the U.S. postal service address which is going to be to a different address to Dallas, TX ? Is it going to be a problem? I hope my question is clear.

USCIS

Attn: I-129F USCIS

2501 South State Highway 121 Business P.O. Box 660151

Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75266

Lewisville, TX 75067

( ADDRESSED THIS ON THE FORMS) ( Mail the petition to this address)

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My posting was missed up... here what I meant to show

USCIS

Attn: I-129F USCIS

2501 South State Highway 121 Business P.O. Box 660151

Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75266

Lewisville, TX 75067

( Addressed all of my forms to the above address... Will be ok if I mail the petition not to this address, but the address below which is US Postal Service???)

USCIS

P.O.Box 660151

Dallas, TX 75266

And by the way what they mean by Express mail and courier deliveries? Do they mean UPS or FedEx

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My posting was missed up... here what I meant to show

USCIS

Attn: I-129F USCIS

2501 South State Highway 121 Business P.O. Box 660151

Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75266

Lewisville, TX 75067

( Addressed all of my forms to the above address... Will be ok if I mail the petition not to this address, but the address below which is US Postal Service???)

USCIS

P.O.Box 660151

Dallas, TX 75266

And by the way what they mean by Express mail and courier deliveries? Do they mean UPS or FedEx

Just make sure you have right service center for your state of residence...the two address options are one for regular mail (priorirty included) and one address is for express deliveries ( include USPS express mail service, DHL, FEdex, UPS. I did see any reason paying higher fo the private facilities when USPS can do the job as well so I use USPS express mail for all my deliveries both local and international and it has not failed.


GOD has been WONDERFUL!!!
CR-1 (for Husband):
09/15/2012: Got Married
09/26/2012: Mailed I-130 from Nigeria( delayed by customs)
USCIS stage ( 66 days)
10/12/2012: NOA 1
12/17/2012: NOA 2 (case was transferred to NYC office 11/27/12)
NVC stage ( 20 days)
01/08/2013: Case # and IIN assigned ( file arrived NVC mail room 12/20/12)
01/09/2013: AOS invoiced and paid, DS-3032 emailed and mailed.
01/16/2013: IV invoiced &paid. AOS & IV mailed in one package(arrived 01/18).

01/28/2013: Case complete!!!
04/19/2013: Interview; APPROVED!!!!!
05/13/2013: POE; JFK


N-400: (3 months and 12 days)
Filed N-400 : 2011-06-17
Interview: 2011-09-27
Oath Ceremony: 2011-09-30

IR-5 for Mom Entire process took 5 months exactly
USCIS (22days)

mailed I-130 : 2011-09-30
NOA 1: 2011-10-03 (text & email)
NOA 2: 2011-10-25 (text and email)
NVC: (19 days)
Case entered and # assigned: 2011-11-18
NVC Case COMPLETED: 2011-12-07 ( 43 days from NOA 2 and 65 days from NOA 1)
Interview Date(Lagos): 2012-01- 23
Mom was late for interview
New Interview date: 2012-02-29 : VISA APPROVED

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You can mail it to either address with USPS, but if you address it like this on the package

USCIS

Attn: I-129F USCIS

2501 South State Highway 121 Business P.O. Box 660151

Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75266

Lewisville, TX 75067

It'll go to the PO box. Doesn't actually matter how you address it because at the post office, when a piece of mail has both a street address and a PO box on the same line, it goes to the PO box. I know because I work there for eight hours a day keying mail. So yes, you can just address it like the second address or like the first one. They're actually the same thing. And they'll get it. I promise. I do my best to make sure anything going to or from USCIS gets where it needs to go.

And yes, they mean Fedex or UPS when they say "express mail and courier deliveries". They probably can't say them by name, though.

Good luck!

Erica

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