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Send I129F to the wrong address, will they cause any problem?

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Hi there, I ended up sent I129F to the wrong address. I supposed to send the USPS mail to the P.O Box in Dallas, TX but I accidently sent it to the address in Lewisville, TX that only process express mail. Now, I wonder if it will cause any problem as the zip code is totally different? Any delay? Will they just transfer my mail or I need to do it all over again?

Please help

Thank you

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▼ ▽ My K1 visa journey ▲ △ ( My process took 90 days until the interview )

14 August 2015 : Mailed I-129F through USPS express service /  23 August 2015 : The package was arrived.

24 August 2015 : NOA1, date on a hard copy

27 August 2015 : Received NOA1 by E-mail. routed to California service center!  / 02 September 2015 : Received NOA1 hard copy by mail.
15 September 2015 : NOA2, case was approved on website./ 21 September 2015 : Received NOA2 hard copy by mail.
05 October 2015 : Case number was assigned. [Call for the case number on 8 October 2015. It takes 20 days totally]
07 October 2015 : Our case got forward to the embassy. Then reached to the embassy on 10 October 2015
13 October 2015 : Case status update from "In transit" to "Ready"
20 October 2015 : Packet 3 arrived in my hand.
28 October 2015 : Sent in Packet 3 to U.S. embassy Bangkok.
03 November 2015 : Got Packet 4 e-mail from Bangkok embassy about the interview date. /
12 November 2015 : Medical examination
18 November 2015 : Visa interview and it was approved!
20 November 2015 : Got documents and a passport with K1 Visa back in my hands.

▼ ▽ My AOS Journey ▲ △

11 July 2016 : Sent AOS+AP+EAD package

12 July 2016 : NOA1 for AP and EAD  / 14 July 2016 : NOA1 for AOS

17 July 2016 : Got text & email notification / 18 July 2016 : Check was cashed  / 26 July 2016 : Got Biometric letter

09 Aug 2016 : Biometric appointment

10 Aug 2016 : AOS status changed to "Notice was return to the USCIS because the post office can't deliver it"

15 Aug 2016 : AP and EAD status changed to "Notice was return to the USCIS because the post office can't deliver it"

21 Sep 2016 : EAD New card is being produced
21 Sep 2016 : EAD and AP case was approved
04 Oct 2016 :
EAD Card was Mailed to me
05 Oct 2016 : Combo card was picked up by the USPS

07 Oct 2016 : Combo card arrived in my mail box
07 Oct 2016 :
AOS New card is being produced
07 Oct 2016 : AOS case was approved. Without interview!!

13 Oct 2016 : card was mailed to me

17 Oct 2016 : Green card arrived !!

( My process took 99 days without interview )

▼ ▽ My I-751 - Removing conditions Journey ▲ △
20 Sep 2018 : Sent package to USCIS in Arizona
22 Sep 2018 : Package arrived at the destination
25 Sep 2018 : Credit card was charged

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Welcome to the forum.

Likely not the first time it has happened, and likely not the last time it will happen. Probably won't be much of an issue. Keep an eye out for your NOA1, Form I-797, Petition received notice. In the overall time frame of the K1 visa process, any small delay at this point in the process is likely of little consequence.

Good luck on your immigration issue.

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I sent my package in on May29 and didn't receive anything still. I guess they will return my package back to me.


▼ ▽ My K1 visa journey ▲ △ ( My process took 90 days until the interview )

14 August 2015 : Mailed I-129F through USPS express service /  23 August 2015 : The package was arrived.

24 August 2015 : NOA1, date on a hard copy

27 August 2015 : Received NOA1 by E-mail. routed to California service center!  / 02 September 2015 : Received NOA1 hard copy by mail.
15 September 2015 : NOA2, case was approved on website./ 21 September 2015 : Received NOA2 hard copy by mail.
05 October 2015 : Case number was assigned. [Call for the case number on 8 October 2015. It takes 20 days totally]
07 October 2015 : Our case got forward to the embassy. Then reached to the embassy on 10 October 2015
13 October 2015 : Case status update from "In transit" to "Ready"
20 October 2015 : Packet 3 arrived in my hand.
28 October 2015 : Sent in Packet 3 to U.S. embassy Bangkok.
03 November 2015 : Got Packet 4 e-mail from Bangkok embassy about the interview date. /
12 November 2015 : Medical examination
18 November 2015 : Visa interview and it was approved!
20 November 2015 : Got documents and a passport with K1 Visa back in my hands.

▼ ▽ My AOS Journey ▲ △

11 July 2016 : Sent AOS+AP+EAD package

12 July 2016 : NOA1 for AP and EAD  / 14 July 2016 : NOA1 for AOS

17 July 2016 : Got text & email notification / 18 July 2016 : Check was cashed  / 26 July 2016 : Got Biometric letter

09 Aug 2016 : Biometric appointment

10 Aug 2016 : AOS status changed to "Notice was return to the USCIS because the post office can't deliver it"

15 Aug 2016 : AP and EAD status changed to "Notice was return to the USCIS because the post office can't deliver it"

21 Sep 2016 : EAD New card is being produced
21 Sep 2016 : EAD and AP case was approved
04 Oct 2016 :
EAD Card was Mailed to me
05 Oct 2016 : Combo card was picked up by the USPS

07 Oct 2016 : Combo card arrived in my mail box
07 Oct 2016 :
AOS New card is being produced
07 Oct 2016 : AOS case was approved. Without interview!!

13 Oct 2016 : card was mailed to me

17 Oct 2016 : Green card arrived !!

( My process took 99 days without interview )

▼ ▽ My I-751 - Removing conditions Journey ▲ △
20 Sep 2018 : Sent package to USCIS in Arizona
22 Sep 2018 : Package arrived at the destination
25 Sep 2018 : Credit card was charged

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