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Hi everyone,

I sent my I-751 application last week (8/8/12) to the California Service Center. I sent it by certified mail. Now I am concerned that no one will be signing for my package over there, since I sent it to a P.O. box address. Do you have any suggestions for me. When I tracked it today it showed that it hasn't been delivered yet(today is the 13th). Should I just wait or send my application again? My green card expires 9/21/12.

Thanks guys!

Nora


9/21/2009 - Sent I-129F package to CSC

9/25/2009 - NOA 1

9/29/2009 - Touched

12/21/2009 - Touched

12/22/2009 - NOA 2 Approved!! :)

12/31/2009 - NVC received our case

01/07/2010 - Consulate mailed package 3 (never received)

01/19/2010 - Consulate mailed package 3 again

01/23/2010 - Package 3 received

01/23/2010 - Package 3 sent

01/26/2010 - Medical

01/29/2010 - Package 3 arrived at consulate

02/03/2010 - Package 4 received

02/16/2010 - Interview - Approved!!!!

03/26/2010 - Visa received

04/01/2010 - POE Seattle

05/22/2010 - Wedding <3

06/30/2010 - AOS package sent (including AP & EAD)

07/09/2010 - NOA 1 AOS/EAD/AP

08/03/2010 - Biometrics

08/28/2010 - AP received

09/03/2010 - EAD received

09/21/2010 - AOS interview - Approved :-)

10/01/2010 - Greencard received in mail

08/08/2012 - Mailed I-751 package to California Service Center

08/15/2012 - I-751 package delivered

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Check the certified number at the end of the day just to allow the post office scanners to upload delivery information. Since you mailed it on the 8th and it is only the 13th today. It should be any day now. It traveled over the weekend. I work at the post office and deal with P.O Boxes. Im pretty sure they have a courier pick up their mail.

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When I mailed mine - I had asked the same question to the post office employee who would sign this is P.O.Box and she told me for USCIS and other places they have huge buckets and than someone would sign for all the document that needs signature once or twice in a day.

I did not send certified just had it trackable.

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We sent our original I-751 packet AND our RFE packet via USPS Express Mail with Signature Required and both packets were signed for :) The packages were both delivered and signed for at the Laguna Niguel, CA Post Office around 10 AM (the tracking info updated around 3 PM on the USPS website). :)

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F & J

 

I-130 / IR-5 TIMELINE (Petition for Mother)

2016/11/14 — I-130 sent via USPS Priority Mail Express 1-Day

2016/11/15 — I-130 delivered at 11:20 am in PHOENIX, AZ 85034 to BANK ONE, signed for by J LOPEZ; Priority Date  |  2016/11/17 Receipt Date

2016/11/18 I-797C Notice Date; USCIS Acceptance Confirmation Email, case routed to Nebraska Service Center  |  2016/11/21I-797C Postmark

2017/01/18 I-797 Approval Notice Date  |  2017/01/19I-797 Postmark  |  2017/01/23 I-797 Approval Notice hard copy received

 

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We sent our original I-751 packet AND our RFE packet via USPS Express Mail with Signature Required and both packets were signed for :) The packages were both delivered and signed for at the Laguna Niguel, CA Post Office around 10 AM (the tracking info updated around 3 PM on the USPS website). :)

Thanks guys. I really hope it will be delivered soon!


9/21/2009 - Sent I-129F package to CSC

9/25/2009 - NOA 1

9/29/2009 - Touched

12/21/2009 - Touched

12/22/2009 - NOA 2 Approved!! :)

12/31/2009 - NVC received our case

01/07/2010 - Consulate mailed package 3 (never received)

01/19/2010 - Consulate mailed package 3 again

01/23/2010 - Package 3 received

01/23/2010 - Package 3 sent

01/26/2010 - Medical

01/29/2010 - Package 3 arrived at consulate

02/03/2010 - Package 4 received

02/16/2010 - Interview - Approved!!!!

03/26/2010 - Visa received

04/01/2010 - POE Seattle

05/22/2010 - Wedding <3

06/30/2010 - AOS package sent (including AP & EAD)

07/09/2010 - NOA 1 AOS/EAD/AP

08/03/2010 - Biometrics

08/28/2010 - AP received

09/03/2010 - EAD received

09/21/2010 - AOS interview - Approved :-)

10/01/2010 - Greencard received in mail

08/08/2012 - Mailed I-751 package to California Service Center

08/15/2012 - I-751 package delivered

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Just an update. It looks like my certified mail was delivered to the California Service Center today :), after USPS lost my envelope somewhere. What a hassle, but it looks like a happy ending :)

Thanks again for everybody's answers!


9/21/2009 - Sent I-129F package to CSC

9/25/2009 - NOA 1

9/29/2009 - Touched

12/21/2009 - Touched

12/22/2009 - NOA 2 Approved!! :)

12/31/2009 - NVC received our case

01/07/2010 - Consulate mailed package 3 (never received)

01/19/2010 - Consulate mailed package 3 again

01/23/2010 - Package 3 received

01/23/2010 - Package 3 sent

01/26/2010 - Medical

01/29/2010 - Package 3 arrived at consulate

02/03/2010 - Package 4 received

02/16/2010 - Interview - Approved!!!!

03/26/2010 - Visa received

04/01/2010 - POE Seattle

05/22/2010 - Wedding <3

06/30/2010 - AOS package sent (including AP & EAD)

07/09/2010 - NOA 1 AOS/EAD/AP

08/03/2010 - Biometrics

08/28/2010 - AP received

09/03/2010 - EAD received

09/21/2010 - AOS interview - Approved :-)

10/01/2010 - Greencard received in mail

08/08/2012 - Mailed I-751 package to California Service Center

08/15/2012 - I-751 package delivered

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Yay! That's great news!!! I've had some packages get misrouted by USPS (thankfully they weren't anything important) but they eventually ended up where they were supposed to be delivered :)


F & J

 

I-130 / IR-5 TIMELINE (Petition for Mother)

2016/11/14 — I-130 sent via USPS Priority Mail Express 1-Day

2016/11/15 — I-130 delivered at 11:20 am in PHOENIX, AZ 85034 to BANK ONE, signed for by J LOPEZ; Priority Date  |  2016/11/17 Receipt Date

2016/11/18 I-797C Notice Date; USCIS Acceptance Confirmation Email, case routed to Nebraska Service Center  |  2016/11/21I-797C Postmark

2017/01/18 I-797 Approval Notice Date  |  2017/01/19I-797 Postmark  |  2017/01/23 I-797 Approval Notice hard copy received

 

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Glad to hear your packet was delivered. We never got the intervire letter for my husbnad when he was going through the AOS process.. the post office sent it back saying it couldn't be delivered!!!???

We had to go in and talk to our branch manager and go through a lot of hassle till we got the interview letter.

Good old USPS. :)


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