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Hey everyone,

I am getting ready to send in my wife's AOS I-485 file to Chicago via the express courier address. I have two quick questions.

1.) I see on a recent post here that the express courier address in Chicago gives Fedex some problems and some people have been told here that fedex will not guarantee delivery. Is this still true? Did anyone have issues? Was sending Fedex problem free? Can anyone that has filed recently shed some light on this situation? I really prefer Fedex with my critical documents.

2.) When you sent your file via express courier, did you require a signature for delivery? Some people have claimed that requiring a signature to the express courier address has caused them delivery problems. Can anyone shed some light on this issue? Is it a myth?

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: China
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I just sent mine by Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelope to the P.O. Box address and it got there just fine.

07/14/2012: Eloped in Texas Hill Country
08/11/2012: Mailed I-130, I-485, and I-765 to Chicago Lockbox
08/13/2012: Package received by Chicago Lockbox
08/14/2012: Priority Date
08/17/2012: Notice of receipt sent
08/21/2012: Biometrics appointment notice sent
08/27/2012: Walk-in biometrics completed
09/19/2012: Interview scheduled for October 26
10/24/2012: EAD production ordered
10/26/2012: Interview in San Antonio. AOS approved!
11/5/2012: USCIS claims green card delivered, nothing in mailbox.
12/5/2012: Service request filed for non-delivered green card.
12/7/2012: Service request replied to (but not delivered).
1/4/2013: Filed I-90, paid another $450
1/24/2013: Biometrics again...
4/1/2013: First Green Card from November finally arrived...

4/22/2013: Replacement Green Card arrived.

8/9/2014: Filed I-751

8/14/2014: Received NOA for I-751

3/12/2015: ROC Approved!

7/18/2016: Sent in N-400 to Texas lockbox

7/21/2016: N-400 delivered

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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We sent our I-485 to Chicago Lockbox via Fed-EX about 3-4 weeks ago. It got there just fine.

Edited by Ready to do it

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Bogota, Colombia

I-129F Sent : 2011-04-27

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Taiwan
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I sent mine with USPS express... about $20 :)

F1 student

06-2013 - Got married to USC

08-2013 - Preparing all documents

10-2013 - Preparing all documents

10-22-2013 - Sent out application package (I-130,I-485, I-765, I-131) with USPS priority express guarantee delivery on 10-24 ( Thursday) by noon

10-28-2013 - Got email/text notification for all four applications (I-130,I-485, I-765, I-131)

11-04-2013 - Received Biometric appointment notice for I-485 and I-765 on 11-18-2013

11-18-2013 - Done Biometric appointment

11-27-2013 - I-485 Status changed to Interview and Testing

12-19-2013 - I-765 online status changed to Card/Doc. Production, I-131 Approved, status change to Post Decision

12-24-2013 - I-765 online status changed to Card Mailed. without tracking number.

12-27-2013 - Received EAD/AP combo card in mail

03-26-2014 - Email/Text Notification Interview Date scheduled on April 29.

04-29-2014 - Interview at Salt Lake office, 15 min, Approved.

04-29-2014 - Status changed to Card Production/Decision

05-02-2014 - Status changed to Card Mailed and will arrive on May 5th.

05-03-2014 - Received Green Card in mail earlier than scheduled.

05-06-2014 - Received Approval Notice letters for both I-130 and I-485

03-12-2016 - Sent out I-751 remove condition

04-07-2016 - I-751 Biometric appointment

11-14-2016 - I-751 Request for Evidence

01-26-2017 - I-751 Sent out respond for RFE

02-07-2017 - USCIS Ordered the New Card

02-10-2017 - New card was mailed

02-14-2017 - New card arrived in mail

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