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  1. If there is an apartment manager, you could ask them. Otherwise, I personally would write "Return to Sender" and drop it in the next mailbox. It would probably be better for USCIS to have the notice back, instead of it sitting out there for anyone to grab it and get personal information (think A# etc.) off it.
  2. Lots of good information here. It's not hard to get the BBG, but it does take time and you do have to present compelling reasons as to why you need both citizenships. There are several Facebook groups in regards to dual citizenship US/Germany out there that I recommend the OP (or the wife) joins; they really helped me with my BBG. They have sample files of applications that got approved, as well as current timelines. From what I see, the time to get the BBG approved is currently increasing rapidly and is now at over a year on average. So I would apply for it well in advance before mailing the N-400 (or better wait until it has been approved). Personally, I did not use a lawyer and I don't think one is needed for either side. Good luck OP.
  3. A K1 is for fiancés only. You cannot use a K1 visa if you are already married. If you decide to get married, you will have to start all over with a CR1 visa.
  4. Check the lower right hand side of the EAD. Does it say "Serves As I-512 Advance Parole" on there? If so, that's your Advance Parole travel document.
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