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My husband received a request for initial evidence for his pending application for permanent residence. After obtaining all the requested documents we mailed the information to the address given on the Request for Initial Evidence, which was

US Department of Homeland Security

PO BOX 648004

Lees Summit, MO 64002

Yesterday we received a phone call from a Healthmate International in Kansas City, MO calling to figure out why they received the package and the package was damaged, instead of homeland security. something was spilled on the package but all documents are still legible.

Of course, at first we figured the postal service damaged the package and sent it to the wrong address. I called the postal service to figure out what happened and they informed me that M. Seievers from the Homeland Security office signed for the package, so I am trying to figure out why the package was sent to this random healthcare facility.

Does anyone have any idea why this would happen?? Has it happened to anyone else?!!

So frustrating!

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