If it arrived within the 60 'window' you will be fine ... in that regard.
Yes save the FedEx proof of delivery.
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Your application will not be treated any differently because it was received on the 60th day as opposed to the first day of eligibility. Impressions or intent does not count here; short of an "act of god" the bright line 60 day window is failsafe. Count your blessings, and save all evidence.
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Please make sure you save all the evidence. Also, you should consult an immigration attorney.
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