I agree. You will hear from them in a months maybe month and a half.
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Give it time ... the wheels of justice turn slowly.
PS You were wise to send everything by Certified, or Express, Mail.
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If its more then 30 days then there may be a problem. Also how did you send the case (regular mail or certified or fed ex etc)? its always best to send by mail were you can track that it was delivered. Lastly if there was something wrong with the check or a fundamental part of the case they may be sending the case back. I would urge you to consult with an experienced immigration attorney as you should be prepared to resend the case.
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I recently had a similar experience submitting an I-751. After some time (longer than usual), the check was cashed, and now we are still waiting for the receipt notice. In the future, be sure to send either by certified mail, return receipt requested, or by a courier service that requires a signature. You should also consult with an attorney about your case.
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Wait. It has not been that long in "immigration time."
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