I was asked to send RFE by uscis because I forgot to check off for Have you ever by fraud or Willfully misrepresenting a material fact ,sought to obtain a visa or other documentation,admission to the United States or any other immigration benefit. And forgot to write my current immigration status . Now I check off no and current immigration status is TPS .
Yes Fed Ex is permitted. Make should you use the correct address and are not looking for Saturday delivery.
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Yes, "FedEXing" an RFE response is always better then simply sending it with USPS, given that FedEx does a better job in collecting the receipt signature/tracking.
To be able to send via FedEx, however, you will need the "street address" of the USCIS office need to respond to. You can "google" that street address. FedEX will not deliver to P.O.Boxes. Note that FedEx will make sure your package is delivered to USCIS that very next morning (weekends excluded - USCIS does not operate on Saturdays).
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