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My fiance submitted the Form I-192F 2 weeks ago to the lockbox in Lewisville TX (she sent via courier UPS), should we have received notification yet? From my understanding this is the quickest part to happen or are they closed due to current circumstances?

 

We just hope it hasn't been left at the wrong building etc...

 

Thank you for any responses!

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They are not closed.  USCIS is still processing petitions. Assuming you have evidence of delivery and assuming your package was complete, they are probably just slow getting it into the system.


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44 minutes ago, jimmyd123 said:

My fiance submitted the Form I-192F 2 weeks ago to the lockbox in Lewisville TX (she sent via courier UPS), should we have received notification yet? From my understanding this is the quickest part to happen or are they closed due to current circumstances?

They are open.   I can take 4 weeks or more to get the NOA especially when petitions are stapled or have pages that are not 8 1/2 x 11.


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3 minutes ago, jimmyd123 said:

My fiance called them and they said they sent a letter yesterday. We filled the G1145 form so we are presuming this is an RFE :(

You would not be getting an RFE this quickly. This would be your NOA1.

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1 minute ago, jimmyd123 said:

Wow I hope that is the case. As we filled the electronic notification form we presumed that she would receive a text/email of the NOA1?

 

Thank you

They typically do send out a text, but I think it wouldn't be unheard of to not receive it. When you paid your filing fee, was it through check or credit card? If so, has the check been cashed/payment processed on the credit card? 

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10 minutes ago, jimmyd123 said:

It was through credit card and its showing as pending on the statement this morning.

That's a great sign! If they've begun processing your payment, then they have received your application, and you should receive your NOA1 letter soon.

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7 hours ago, jimmyd123 said:

That has reassured me a little, I guess this might have been a slip through the net in regards to receiving electronic notification- thank you xxlian

Better get used to it. They're not super reliable when it comes to online updates either.

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16 hours ago, jimmyd123 said:

Wow I hope that is the case. As we filled the electronic notification form we presumed that she would receive a text/email of the NOA1?

 

Thank you

I didn't get a text or an email.

 

You really have to lower your expectations when dealing with government contractors.

 

They're good at taking your money fast. That's about where the efficiency ends.

 

Enjoy.

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