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Hi, I have a case where i'm expecting my NOA2 to arrive in the mail, it indicates it was sent on July 17 2019, i didn't get to check my case status until 2 weeks ago. so when i did check it said (Document Was Returned To USCIS)

" On July 25, 2019, the Post Office returned your document to us. We will hold your document for 180 days or until January 21, 2020.  Please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request that we resend the document to you." Side note me & my fiance at he moment is already in the process of getting her interview at the embassy. Our petition is obviously approved already but, I'm worried because we need our NOA2 for AOS specially. I'm confused to what happened because i check my post mail regularly but nothing came in, We have already receive our NOA1 way back in March on the same address. I did what it told me to do and i put in the request but USCIS emailed me back saying i need to File form I-824 for a duplicate of my approval notice. I'm upset because they still have my original Notice that they are holding on to, and now they want me to file an I-824 which cost $465 to file!? and for a duplicate? I'm obviously not filling that form.  I need some advise on this if anyone went through it. thank you for your time.

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1 hour ago, Echo_Jay said:

I'm worried because we need our NOA2 for AOS specially.

You can try doing the following:

On 2/22/2012 at 5:50 PM, Merrytooth said:

My AOS was approved without the NOA2 copy too. :yes:

In lieu of the I-797 approval notice (NOA2), I submitted

- National Visa Center letter,stated that the I-129F was approved and that the petition will be forwarded to the consulate.

- Infopass letter & the USCIS computer print out(by the local USCIS officer) shown the I-129F petition was approved.

- US Consulate processing K1 visa letter

- my K1 visa stamp & I-94 entry stamp

- USCIS website case status online print out, showing the I-129F was approved.

- NOA1, receipt to show that we did file for the I-129F petition

- USCIS case status update emails

My AOS I-485 was accepted and transferred to CSC for processing, no AOS interview. There was no RFE for the missing NOA2.

My AOS I-485 was approved within 3 months.

 

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16 hours ago, Echo_Jay said:

Hi, I have a case where i'm expecting my NOA2 to arrive in the mail, it indicates it was sent on July 17 2019, i didn't get to check my case status until 2 weeks ago. so when i did check it said (Document Was Returned To USCIS)

" On July 25, 2019, the Post Office returned your document to us. We will hold your document for 180 days or until January 21, 2020.  Please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request that we resend the document to you." Side note me & my fiance at he moment is already in the process of getting her interview at the embassy. Our petition is obviously approved already but, I'm worried because we need our NOA2 for AOS specially. I'm confused to what happened because i check my post mail regularly but nothing came in, We have already receive our NOA1 way back in March on the same address. I did what it told me to do and i put in the request but USCIS emailed me back saying i need to File form I-824 for a duplicate of my approval notice. I'm upset because they still have my original Notice that they are holding on to, and now they want me to file an I-824 which cost $465 to file!? and for a duplicate? I'm obviously not filling that form.  I need some advise on this if anyone went through it. thank you for your time.

You need the NOA1 or NOA2 for AOS

 

https://www.uscis.gov/system/files_force/files/form/i-485instr.pdf


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