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where do I mail my finalized Green Card application, I am in

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where do I mail my finalized Green Card application, I am in Los Angeles and do not want to send it to the wrong place
I'm happy to answer your question. If there is a delay, please be patient, as I am likely working with other customers as well.

On what basis are you eligible for the green card? Family? Employment?

Are you sending it as a stand-alone application? Or is it being sent with the I-130 or I-140?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I am eligible through Marriage, I have the forms, photocopies, photos everything ready to go. I just need the right service center. I was told Chicago but want clarification.
Yes, which is why I am asking you these questions.

Is it being filed concurrently with the I-130? Or has the I-130 Petition already been submitted by your wife, separately?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Everything going together, I130, 2xG325A, I485, I785, I864, I 693 and all supporting documents.
Perfect! Okay, in this case, you will send the entire packet to the Chicago Lock Box:

For regular, US Postal Service mail:

P.O. Box 805887

For express mail/courier services:



131 South Dearborn-3rd Floor
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