It can take several weeks . You may have a receipt number on the back of the check
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A couple of weeks.
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My colleagues have provided excellent advice. Generally, USCIS sends receipt notices within 30 days. If they do not then, sometimes they list the receipt number on the back of the filing fee check and you (or preferably your attorney) can always call USCIS and inquire about receipt and the receipt notice.
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