with certifie receipt so I can know if they received or not I got the certifie return receipt back from the post office that they receive my letter on October 27th so they can upgrade my husband case because it already approved since february I call nvc yesterday they told me they didn't receive anything about my case please help me!!!I got my citizenship on October 22nd thank you please help me I wanna have my husband soon I been in America 6years
Perhaps I am stating the obvious, but why not get an immigration attorney involved rather than doing this all yourself? I am not sure if you petitioned for your husband as an LPR and now want to update that to a USC petition, or if your husband lives here or abroad, and advice would depend on those details. Also, did you just send the certificate, or was it one part of the documentation of the entire petition? I would check directly with an immigration attorney, if I were you.
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Well. I wish we had the capability to trace delivery of you package, but we do not.....
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Hopefully you mailed a copy of your certiicate of naturalization and not the original...
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