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Hi,

after over 3 weeks of waiting I have received a response by mail for my expedite request I sent in in mid-March. The letter was attached stapled onto my letter with all the supporting documentation returned - even the original envelope. Here's the response I got:

I'm so confused? It looks like a boilerplate response for case status inquiries sent directly to CSC, but how is that related to an expedite request? All the paperwork returned to me had also highlighted words "Expedite", "Corn" and some stamps with numbers (like "C30247" - the same you can see on the bottom of the page I attached to this post.

Anyway, my question is - how should I react to this? Should I follow up with NCSC? Give them that C number? I'm quite lost.

Cheers!

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Hi,

after over 3 weeks of waiting I have received a response by mail for my expedite request I sent in in mid-March. The letter was attached stapled onto my letter with all the supporting documentation returned - even the original envelope. Here's the response I got:

I'm so confused? It looks like a boilerplate response for case status inquiries sent directly to CSC, but how is that related to an expedite request? All the paperwork returned to me had also highlighted words "Expedite", "Corn" and some stamps with numbers (like "C30247" - the same you can see on the bottom of the page I attached to this post.

Anyway, my question is - how should I react to this? Should I follow up with NCSC? Give them that C number? I'm quite lost.

Cheers!

Follow up with the number on the page and ask them about it - I believe what it is, is a ref number at the bottom for checking on the status of the expedite request. But the part about sending back all your documents does not make sense.. unless they want you to fax them later or they made copys and sent you the originals back.


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they did that to me too when i mail them a letter asking to update something on my I-797 receipt funny thing even the my mail envelope was included inside of it..right??..lol

anyways did you request expedite over the phone or you just send them that letter?

if you just send them a letter i assumed they want you to call the 800# ask for expedite over the phone and if they need evidence they will email you to fax it....they will give u a number usually where the service center for your case..goodluck


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Okay thank you, I guess we will give them a call tomorrow... I was just expecting some response that would be actually _related_ to my expedite request :unsure:

yes i did request for expedite but thru phone..i heard they don't accept no mail request ONLY by phone just like what i did..i called them on april 5 to request the expedite(the operator will tell u..u'll hear from them within 5days).. then the ff day (april 6) i got an email from an immigration officer requesting for evidence he/she(not sure what gender..lol..it just his/her last name in the email) ask me to fax it attn to his/her...now i'm still waiting for the result. some other people got result for about 3wks since they send the evidence supporting the expedite request...goodluck!!!


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