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We're filing to the:

USCIS California Service Center
P.O. Box 10751
Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-1075

What's the best way to mail this? Post Office is what I plan to use, what what type of mailing from the Post Office? :)

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USC and spouse went through AOS from F1

Now, removing conditions on permanent resident status.

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please go online at

usps.com

and purchase postage online,

for a priority mail pack.

pay less than 6 bucks, use one of their mailer packs, and so

--get a discount

--free tracking

when purchase it online.

make certain you not get signature thingie, no one will sign at the po box there at laguna.


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You can only use the post office because it's a PO box. ;)

I had 3 day delivery with confirmation (no signature.. it's a PO box..)


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The Guides say it best:

The I-751 form and accompanying documents are mailed to either the USCIS California or Vermont Service Centers (click here to see the filing location for your state) depending on your state of residence. (Use certified mail or priority mail with delivery confirmation, and write "Attention: I-751 petition to remove conditions of status" on the envelope under the address.)

Ref: http://www.visajourney.com/content/751guide

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Heya Pitaya ! Quick ! Quick ? What is/are the ramifications of sending the packet to USCIS/Laguna, that address, via UPS Next Day?


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There is indeed someone who will sign for that PO box. My post office said regardless of whether it's a PO box, there is someone there to sign for it.

I mailed mine in May (California filer) and opted for flat rate priority with a signature and it was signed for when it arrived at the PO Box. Better safe that sorry, especially with that short 90 day window.

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My lawyer is Fedexing ours in, which I thought was odd considering that the USCIS web site only lists a PO Box. However, it looks like there is a way to send it in via courier, and the address is:

California Service Center

24000 Avila Road, 2nd Floor, Room 2302

Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

Source: http://www.immigrationlinks.com/immigration-help/service-centers-info-and-processing-guidelines/477-california-service-center-information-filing-tips-etc?format=pdf

I wouldn't take this as gospel truth, just stick to the PO Box address via USPS... For all I know, this courier address might be a lawyer-only arrangement.


N-400 Application for Naturalization

07/15/16 - N-400 and supporting documents sent to Phoenix via FedEx

07/17/16 - Earliest accepted filing date

07/18/16 - Package delivered to Phoenix

07/21/16 - Check cashed

07/25/16 - NOA received via USPS (dated 07/21/16)

07/26/16 - Biometrics appointment notice available online

08/10/16 - Biometrics appointment

02/24/16 - Online status change to "Interview Scheduled"

02/27/17 - Interview appointment notice available online

03/31/17 - N-400 interview at Los Angeles office - Recommended for approval
03/31/17 - Online status change to "Oath Ceremony Scheduled"
04/03/17 - Oath ceremony notice available online

04/18/17 - Oath ceremony

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Heya Pitaya ! Quick ! Quick ? What is/are the ramifications of sending the packet to USCIS/Laguna, that address, via UPS Next Day?

Does UPS deliver to PO boxes? Doing so likely results in a delivery delay, or return.

http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/resources/sri/ship_box.html

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UPS does not. I send my petition from a UPS store who informed me that USPS was the only method available since couriers do not send to PO boxes.


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Exactamente (Exactly) ! :thumbs:


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

> Almost 2 years of our lives involved with the USCIS/DOS "shuffle" & worth every second of it ! <

"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca

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