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We submitted the AOS packet today, but after running through things, there was 1 thing we forgot, and we are curious how this is going to affect the packet being processed, and exactly what is going to happen next.

 

We forgot to put a copy of the USC birth certificate.

 

Anyone who has made this mistake?  We are curious about what is going to happen next, can we somehow send it in?  Do we just wait for an RFE, or is there a chance it won't cause an RFE?

 

Is there a chance this could even cause them to throw out the whole packet and void it all?  

 

This is the only thing we missed, everything else is 100% perfect.

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11 minutes ago, Kerri and Myles said:

We submitted the AOS packet today, but after running through things, there was 1 thing we forgot, and we are curious how this is going to affect the packet being processed, and exactly what is going to happen next.

 

We forgot to put a copy of the USC birth certificate.

 

Anyone who has made this mistake?  We are curious about what is going to happen next, can we somehow send it in?  Do we just wait for an RFE, or is there a chance it won't cause an RFE?

 

Is there a chance this could even cause them to throw out the whole packet and void it all?  

 

This is the only thing we missed, everything else is 100% perfect.

We are currently also working on getting a hold of USPS and trying to get the AOS package returned back to the office, and possibly mailed back to us, which should be viable so we can include the USC birth certificate.

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We thought this would be a very helpful thing for anyone that comes into our predicament right after sending off the AOS packet and they realize they forgot to put in some crucial documents as we did above, and you used USPS.

 

We found out that through USPS you can use a service called "Package Intercept", as long as your package is eligible, which most are, you are able to go into USPS site, place the tracking number of your package in, and place a new send to address.  So we are getting the AOS package sent back to us, and it was only at a fee of $14 dollars.  We thought this would be very helpful, as we found this and for this minor fee we are most likely able to stop an RFE and add in the last necessary documents for the USC, before we send it off again.

 

Hope this helps anyone who is in a similar situation who might of missed a very important document, you don't have to just hope and wait to see if you get an RFE, if you act fast enough you can get it intercepted and returned back to you.  In our scenario we sent the package off at 1 pm and realized by 3:30 pm and were still able to do the package intercept with no issue. 

 

   

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The sponsor's proof of US citizenship or LPR status is only needed for the I864. Is that what you mean?

It doesn't have to be a BC.

Your options are one of the following:

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Just now, K1visaHopeful said:

The sponsor's proof of US citizenship or LPR status is only needed for the I864. Is that what you mean?

It doesn't have to be a BC.

Your options are one of the following:

Screenshot_20190926-203743_Chrome.jpg

Our scenario was that we completely forgot to put that in, which is why we did the package intercept so quick, yeah putting in the birth certificate once we get it back, and passport just to be safe.

 

So happy that USPS has an intercept system, saved the day.

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On 9/28/2019 at 3:44 PM, Kerri and Myles said:

We submitted the AOS packet today, but after running through things, there was 1 thing we forgot, and we are curious how this is going to affect the packet being processed, and exactly what is going to happen next.

 

We forgot to put a copy of the USC birth certificate.

 

Anyone who has made this mistake?  We are curious about what is going to happen next, can we somehow send it in?  Do we just wait for an RFE, or is there a chance it won't cause an RFE?

 

Is there a chance this could even cause them to throw out the whole packet and void it all?  

 

This is the only thing we missed, everything else is 100% perfect.

So after waiting over well over a week we got a message from USPS today that the package intercept was unsuccessful and that our AOS package is going to continue to the original destination (USCIS).

 

What we are curious about from all of this is the AOS packet we sent in now does not have the Birth certificate/Passport from the USC to prove citizenship.

 

This is the only thing we forgot, will this cause a whole denied AOS or just an RFE where the Birth Cert/Passport will be asked for, for proof of Citizenship? 

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