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I've been approved on Sept 26th, welcome letter mailed on 27th and approval notice mailed on 30th.

Up to now I see nothing in my mailbox. Is there a problem? I called USCIS just few days before being approved. I'm a bit worried even though I called USCIS to change my address and mailed the the AR 11 and wrote to the service centers where I have case pending. Now I would like to know how it's take USCIS to process my change of address. The lady I spoke to over the phone seemed to be putting my new address right away in the computer.

The E-mail I received say this:

This case has been approved. On September 30, 2006, an approval notice was mailed. If 30 days have passed and you have not received this notice, you may wish to verify or update your address. To update your address, please speak to an Immigration Information Officer during business hours.

Does this mean that they have a problem with my address? Or is this a standard message? Anyone got a similar message?


K1

May 21st 2006: Entered the USA on a K1 visa

July 2nd 2006: Marriage ceremony

Oct 10th 2006:Received Green Card

REMOVING CONDITIONS

August 12th 2008: Sent I 751 to CSC

Dec 5th 2008: Green Card in the mail

NATURALIZATION

Dec 4th: Sent N 400

March 18th: Interview

May 24th 2011: Oath in Minneapolis. Journey is over.

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I've been approved on Sept 26th, welcome letter mailed on 27th and approval notice mailed on 30th.

Up to now I see nothing in my mailbox. Is there a problem? I called USCIS just few days before being approved. I'm a bit worried even though I called USCIS to change my address and mailed the the AR 11 and wrote to the service centers where I have case pending. Now I would like to know how it's take USCIS to process my change of address. The lady I spoke to over the phone seemed to be putting my new address right away in the computer.

The E-mail I received say this:

This case has been approved. On September 30, 2006, an approval notice was mailed. If 30 days have passed and you have not received this notice, you may wish to verify or update your address. To update your address, please speak to an Immigration Information Officer during business hours.

Does this mean that they have a problem with my address? Or is this a standard message? Anyone got a similar message?

That only means that as if you didnt get any mail from USCIS in 30 days call them and change your address, theres nothing wrong with your paper. They are just informing you that they sent it in the address that is in their system, so if you dont get it in the mail in 30 days call them ok.

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