It usually takes 2-3weeks for a receipt
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10 days is like a fraction of a second in the world of immigration. Just be patient
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You need to wait a little longer before making inquiries. I am also unsure if you are asking about email or mail.
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1) It takes more than 10 days for USCIS to do just about anything
2) It is USCIS not LUSCIOUS.
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It is completely normal. Be patient for a few more weeks.
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