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Not received NOA - green card expiring next week!

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Hi Everyone! 


I submitted my I-751 package on the 24th of October. Cheque cashed on the 29 October. Haven't received my NOA with extension letter. USCIS tells me they sent it but it was never delivered. They have my correct address.


My green card is expiring on the 12/21 (next week, eeeeek). I have called USCIS a number of times, and they have been really unhelpful, they just told me to put in a service request, so they can send a duplicate. My job is asking me proof of my legal status, and wont let me work after the 12/21. I live in a state where the USCIS field office doesn't take walk-in appointments or schedule Infopass appointments (there is only one). I managed to schedule an appointment next week at a USCIS office in the neighbouring state. Will they stamp my passport, as I am out of state, and extend my legal status in the country? I hear they may refuse as I am out of state. What else can I do? I am desperate!



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