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This time uscis has truly bewildered me

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Check mailbox today, 2 letters from uscis. First saying case within normal processing time so keep waiting basically (hard to believe as I filed in January 2014). Other letter is requesting marriage certificate (which I already sent them last January) new medical and proof of living together. Funny thing about this letter is that the postdate was originally January 20th 2015 and has been lazily crossed out and replaced with April 20th 2015 and the address has been corrected from my old address to my current address (I moved jan 15th but let them know I was moving December 28th). Really seems like my file got lost or something on the computer and the hard file was lost , seems weird to me tht they would correct a letter printed 4 months ago rather than just print a new one to hide their mistake.


Submitted k1 visa petition - January 20th,2013NOA1 - February 2nd 2013NOA2 - June 20th 2013Medical - August 14th 2013<p>Interview - October 4th
Moved to California January 8th smile.png

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