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Hello everybody, 

 

My fiancé sent the K-1 package away on the 11th of feb. The same day, he moved out where he was living .. so we have his old address on the forms.. 

but i did fill out the email form & sent it with.

but what worries me is we have not got any notification via text or e-mail ... & today i asked him to call the bank to see if the check has been cahsed & it has not!

im so upset i feel like its not gonna happend & he tells me to be positive but i feel like i can´t until i have something in my hands! 

why is this taking so long.. i see so many people to get it in few days!

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3 minutes ago, chipper said:

Hello everybody, 

 

My fiancé sent the K-1 package away on the 11th of feb. The same day, he moved out where he was living .. so we have his old address on the forms.. 

but i did fill out the email form & sent it with.

but what worries me is we have not got any notification via text or e-mail ... & today i asked him to call the bank to see if the check has been cahsed & it has not!

im so upset i feel like its not gonna happend & he tells me to be positive but i feel like i can´t until i have something in my hands! 

why is this taking so long.. i see so many people to get it in few days!

Did you track the actual delivery date?

 

What address did you send it to?

Edited by payxibka

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You have to practice patience or you will go crazy. Although within 2 weeks is the norm, I wouldn't really start getting concerned until at the 30 day post file mark.

 

Best advice is to give a little more time and if still no news in another couple of weeks, follow up.


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3 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Did you track the actual delivery date?

 

What address did you send it to?

No its somwhere in the storage unit & he dosen´t know where it could be since he got a help with moving & obviously that really sucks! 😕

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6 minutes ago, NuestraUnion said:

You have to practice patience or you will go crazy. Although within 2 weeks is the norm, I wouldn't really start getting concerned until at the 30 day post file mark.

 

Best advice is to give a little more time and if still no news in another couple of weeks, follow up.

Yes thank you! Patience is not my strongest .... but i think i just would be much more calm if the check had been cashed at least .. 😕

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3 minutes ago, chipper said:

No its somwhere in the storage unit & he dosen´t know where it could be since he got a help with moving & obviously that really sucks! 😕

As an example, if he sent it with signature required upon delivery, that at a minimum adds 5 days to the delivery because it appears the lockbox facility only goes to the postal office once a week to pickup that kind of mail


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24 minutes ago, payxibka said:

As an example, if he sent it with signature required upon delivery, that at a minimum adds 5 days to the delivery because it appears the lockbox facility only goes to the postal office once a week to pickup that kind of mail

yes as much i was hoping that could be the case, he said that he didn´t send it with a signature required 😕

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On 2/26/2019 at 12:31 PM, chipper said:

yes as much i was hoping that could be the case, he said that he didn´t send it with a signature required 😕

It goes to a lockbox, so sending it with signature required can get more delays. Did you send it with tracking? In that case, what does the tracking number say?

Also, USCIS has 45 days to process your change of address request, so there is a chance that they don't change it till after the NOA's are sent. Does your fiancé has access to his old mailbox in any way?

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5 hours ago, C90 said:

It goes to a lockbox, so sending it with signature required can get more delays. Did you send it with tracking? In that case, what does the tracking number say?

Also, USCIS has 45 days to process your change of address request, so there is a chance that they don't change it till after the NOA's are sent. Does your fiancé has access to his old mailbox in any way?

He said he didn´t send it with signature requriments but he get a tracking # that he dosen´t where is, he moved the same day so it was a bit chaotic .. but i think i have to let him check the mail status.  We did fill out the email form so i thought we would at least have got and email or text by now.

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