I agree. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney. How are you sure they did not receive it? If you do not file to remove the conditions on your green card on time, it could result in a revocation of your permanent residence. I have an office local to Houston if you'd like to consult with me about re-filing, and this time making sure that USCIS receives your application.
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