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Tracking Information says package was delivered to 92677 instead of 92607

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I sent my package on September 14 to CSC. I was given a tracking number and I sent it through priority mail through USPS. I checked the tracking confirmation today and it says it was delivered to Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 when the address is Laguna Niguel 92607!! I am pretty sure I had the right address because I checked more than twice! and also my receipt has the 92607 zip code.

Now I am a bit nervous because my Conditional card expires on September 30! I had my package ready since the beginning of my 90 days window but first I was waiting on the correction of my house deed, they had my husband's name misspelled :( and also we were so tight on money because an unexpected emergency where we lost all of our savings :(

Has anyone had any experience with this, I am hoping and praying that the check is cashed so that I know it is in the right place, but I would like to have some reassurance. Anyone with a similar situation? If I have to I will put the package again, I just would like to do it as soon as possible.

Thanks for any input.


Sent AOS Package: Feb 2014

Received Green Card: September 2014


Sent JOINT ROC Package: Sep 2016

Divorce: Sep 2017

Request to change to waiver: Sep 2017

Approved, Feb 2018 - No interview or RFE

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It appears that 92607 is a subset of 92677. 77 is the large area of Laguna Niguel. So your package might have been scanned at a central distribution post office (92677) before being routed specifically to 92607.

This is ONLY my hypothesis. I'm thinking you will be just fine!

Sukie in NY




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N-400 Naturalization

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18-Feb-2018 - NOA1

12-Mar-2018 - Biometrics 

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Once your NOA1 arrives (which does quickly) you'll be relieved. Worst unlikely case it was not received correctly, you can always prove that it wasn't a mistake on your part and send it late with good reason.


2003-08-21: first visit to US on F-1

2009-09-17: first met ex-spouse

2013-05-14: re-entered US on K-1

2013-05-20: married to ex-spouse

2013-12-27: received conditional green card

2014-04-01: separated from ex-spouse

2014-10-01: divorced from ex-spouse

2015-06-25: sent I-751

2016-04-11: received RFE

2016-06-08: sent RFE reply

2016-09-20: new card ordered

2016-09-23: new card mailed

2016-09-28: new card picked up by USPS

2016-09-30: new card delivered

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Very likely a non-issue. Take a look at the ZIP code info noted on this Wikipedia page on Laguna Niguel, CA


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