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Shelly25

Green card returned to USCIS

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Good day guys

 

My green card was returned to USCIS on May 7th because of insufficient address. I called the post office because it didn’t show where the card was shipped as yet the rep said the mail is still at the post office, when I got there the person checked and the mail wasn’t there. 

 I called USCIS immediately and when I verified my address it’s the same address they have on file

The guy at the post office said the reason why the mail was returned is because there was no Apartment number 

USCIS REP SAID THEY DO HAVE AN APARTMENT NUMBER ON FILE SO THE PERSON WHO DEALT WITH MY STUFF LEFT IT OFF!! 

 

My question to anyone who was in a similar situation recently 

How long does it take for them to return the green card to me? 

I’m beyond frustrated😤😤😤😤

 

I really appreciate your response 

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