The notice date is not determinative. Due to the visa debacle of July, 2007 many notices were delayed. The issue is what date you became a lawful permanent resident. Look at the date on the front of your card. If it is July, 2007 then you are fine. If not, then consult an experienced immigration attorney who can investigate the history of your case to determine if a processing error was made.
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You seem to be a bit confused. There is no such thing as a priority date once the person gets their greencard.
Look at the card, it should state the date that you became a resident ... do your calculations from that date.
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If it was granted before the priority date was current, then yes it can be revoked.
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There was a period of time in 2007 when the priority dates retrogressed and there was a settlement as a result of which USCIS was required to treat certain petition as carrying current priority date despite the retrogression Yours fell within this period. You have nothing to be concerned about.
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