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AoS NOA received via mail only, not text/email. Cause for concern?

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I received my NOA1 for Adjustment of Status via postal mail 2 weeks after sending my application pack. The check cashed fine and all 4 NOAs (I-485, I-130, I-131, I-765) came in with receipt numbers and no issues.

I had put G-1145 on top of the package but still didn't get any notification on my phone or email. Is that something I should be concerned about?  

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48 minutes ago, justmarriedusciti said:

I received my NOA1 for Adjustment of Status via postal mail 2 weeks after sending my application pack. The check cashed fine and all 4 NOAs (I-485, I-130, I-131, I-765) came in with receipt numbers and no issues.

I had put G-1145 on top of the package but still didn't get any notification on my phone or email. Is that something I should be concerned about?  

You got the NOA1 and that is what you should be concerned about. 

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3 hours ago, justmarriedusciti said:

I had put G-1145 on top of the package but still didn't get any notification on my phone or email. Is that something I should be concerned about?  

Heck no. They got it. The concern would be if you had no NOA1s.

When my wife did our first application (before G-1145 was invented) she mailed with one of those proof of receipt green postcards attached that gets signed and mailed back to the sender. I already had a visa when that card made it back to her. Not sure who the green postcard was hanging out with for 6 months, but I hope it was having fun. 😂

Glitches happen. 

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1 hour ago, Wuozopo said:

Heck no. They got it. The concern would be if you had no NOA1s.

When my wife did our first application (before G-1145 was invented) she mailed with one of those proof of receipt green postcards attached that gets signed and mailed back to the sender. I already had a visa when that card made it back to her. Not sure who the green postcard was hanging out with for 6 months, but I hope it was having fun. 😂

Glitches happen. 

Whew! Okay so the first hurdle is down. And just to be clear, there are no NOA1s for I-130A and I-864, right? The former's is included within the NOA for I-130, and the latter's NOA is included within the NOA for I-485?

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8 minutes ago, justmarriedusciti said:

Whew! Okay so the first hurdle is down. And just to be clear, there are no NOA1s for I-130A and I-864, right? The former's is included within the NOA for I-130, and the latter's NOA is included within the NOA for I-485?

You get an noa for each application or petition.   The i130a is a supplement to the i130 petition and the i864 is evidence for the i485 application 


YMMV

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51 minutes ago, payxibka said:

You get an noa for each application or petition.   The i130a is a supplement to the i130 petition and the i864 is evidence for the i485 application 

Exactly what I was going to say. ☝️

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