I will withdrew my i130 for my wife because we are divorced and no longer together.. I'm sending a letter to the USCIS but I don't have a copy of the receipt number because the copy is with my ex wife and she's overseas now.. do I have to send a copy of that receipt or I can just send the letter with the receipt number to the USCIS?
Including the I-130 case receipt number, as well as the full name & date of birth of the "beneficiary" will be sufficient.
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