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Green card undeliverable?

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My wife recently arrived on immigrant visa (IR-1) and I paid her immigrant fee in mid-June. We had recently moved so it went to our old address (last address we had on file). However, I still technically am the leasee on that apartment till the end of this month (July). I had mail forwarding for my name, but I did not put it for her.

So anyway, the tracking shows it was delivered to Mesquite, TX after two failed deliver attempts. I am not sure why they wouldn't leave it at that address instead of saying it was 'undeliverable' .The card was sent out of Kentucky.

I am going to call and speak with Tier 2 officer tomm.

Does anyone know if this Mesquite, TX address is USCIS center? The post office couldn't really tell me. But they did tell me that address receives lots of mail per day.

Also would I have to pay a 450 new green card fee? I have read stories about people having to pay this fee over again to get a green card.

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USCIS won't forward. You should have corrected the address at POE or afterward, whenever the move occurred. It's possible that USPS is trying to deliver the document if you dont have a locked mailbox. If they can't deliver it they will send it back to the USCIS. A green card would be a high theft item and make it super easy for someone to steal her identity. The USCIS can hopefully send it to the right address once they get it back.

Did your wife change her address online within 1 days of moving? Have you sent the I-865 yet

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~~moved to general immigration discussion from AOS family based. OP states wife is IR1 and topic covers variety of visas~~

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i had a devil of a time getting the card redelivered, as the address in the DS-230 (DS-260 for you maybe) was used.

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