Are you waiting for your receipt notice on a pending USCIS case? Are you concerned you may have missed the delivery of a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), or that it was lost in the mail – or never sent? You should receive a receipt notice within 30 days after filing at a USCIS Service Center or 30 days after filing at a Lockbox.
To check the status of your USCIS receipt notice or request a duplicate copy of a USCIS notice, you will need the following information:
Case receipt number: Usually starts with EAC, WAC, or SRC
Date Case Was Filed: Received date
Type of Petition that was filed
Item not received: Approval Notice, Request for Evidence, etc
Your email address
The applicant’s birthdate
Desired Mailing Address
If it’s been more than 30 days after filing an inquiry, you can:
1. Complete an e-request for Non-delivery of Notice with USCIS at: https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/displayNDNForm.do?sroPageType=ndn&entryPoint=init
2. Send an email to: email@example.com
3. Verify the fee check has cleared your bank account
Immigration law is complicated, confusing and – especially now – changing rapidly. The advice and guidance of an experienced immigration lawyer can save you time, money and stress – and make the difference in whether your application is approved or denied.
Mario Godoy and the experienced immigration attorneys at Godoy Law Office can assess your immigration application status. We have experience in many different types of immigration cases and understand the impact of new and changing immigration regulations.