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HELP!! I mailed two I-485 applications to USCIS.

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So I mailed I-485 application with USPS on October 11 but there was issues with tracking the package and eventually USPS told me that the package is probably lost. So I prepared another I-485 application (this time I included I-765 and I-131) and mailed it on October 29 to USCIS using UPS mailing services. On October 31 I got a message from USCIS that says they received my green card application on October 30. However, on the Receipt of notice (I-797) it shows that the priority date is October 15... which means that they probably received the first package that I mailed with USPS. I’m worried now that there will be confusion with the second I-485 application package they receive. What do you guys think I should do? Will they realize it? I’m worried I’ll get charged twice 

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