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Last month we had a change of address and i immediately update my address with the USCIS. Then days later, i received an RFIE for i-485 in our new address. 

March 15, i did my biometrics in Oakland USCIS. 

Then last March 28, i received an email from the USCIS stating that a notice was mailed back to them because post office could not deliver it. I went tthe link in my email and asked for them to give me an email or mail it back again in the new address. Btw, this has the receipt number for my request of EAD. Not the AOS

Then, they emailed me stating that i should wait a reply until April 19.


then this morning, i received another email. It says that a mail is coming but this is tegarding my AOS. I havent submitted the RFIE yet because we are still waiting for the tax transcrits. I still have Until May 30 to submit RFIE. 


What is going on here? 

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