Never mail a single document to USCIS unless you do this

The documents that must be filed with USCIS in an adjustment of status, removal of condition or other green card case are time-sensitive. Your case may be denied if the right document is filed late.

The documents that must be filed with USCIS in an adjustment of status, removal of condition or other green card case are time-sensitive. Your case may be denied if the right document is filed late.

Even when the right documents are filed in a timely manner they could become mishandled and lost in the US Immigration bureaucracy – yes accidents do happen at the worst times.

Leave nothing to chance. Obtain proof of delivery and date for your green card filings by using one of the following mailing methods.

1. USPS Certified Mail with Return Receipt Requested (ask a USPS employee for help if you need it)

2. USPS Express Mail Overnight Guarantee

3. FedEx or UPS

But before you pop the package in the mail to USCIS remember to make photocopies of all documents for your own immigration file.

Attorney Gary D. Goodin, for Immigration Navigator

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