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i got ' REQUESTED EVIDENCE' where USCIS requires additional evidence to process the form I-130... the notice says '' that my response must be recieved in this office on or before MARCH 9, 2015....you will not be granted an extension of time to submit the requested evidence " my question is would the stamp of the poste office matter here if forexample i send the docs on 8 or 9 th ????

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i would try to mail it by tomorrow and use overnight shipping, with the weather up there i would wanna be on the safe side. I hope you get it done in time so you can continue on your journey

I-130 Received- Feb 23
Check Cashed- Feb 26, 2015
NOA1- Feb 27, 2015 :dancing:
Received in mail- March 2, 2015

NOA2- July 15,2015 :dance:(4 months, 6 days)

Case Sent to NVC- July 23, 2015 (8 days)
NVC Received- July, 29, 2015 (6 days)

Received Case and IIN #- August 13,2015 (15 days)

Submitted DS-261- August 13,2015




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