They didn't give me a tracking number
it normally takes USPS to deliver interstate mail between 3-7 days. keep a watch on your mail box
Going by my experience, just a few days (3-6). As my colleague said, watch that mail box and congratulations!
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It should take more than 3-6 days to show up in your mailbox. Make sure to have your name clearly spelled out on your mailbox. USPS is instructed NOT to deliver any "plastic" sent by USCIS otherwise!
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It should not take more than 7 days. If not received by then, call USCIS (1-800-375-5283). And like my colleague said.... congratulations!
I agree with my colleagues. Congratulations about a week
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