Not exactly sure what your question is, but you may get instructions at this address:
www.uscis.gov. Please consult an experienced immigration lawyer about the process for fiance visa and eligibility.
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I agree with my colleagues. Your question is unclear. I believe you are asking if all of your mail can be received here is the U.S. Of course.
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