Letter of recognition of citizenship sent certified mail?

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Letter of recognition of citizenship sent certified mail?

Postby cannoli » 16 Aug 2012, 17:02

Quick question--
Is the letter of recognition of citizenship sent via certified mail? I just received a notice, but haven't had time to make it to the post office yet.
Hopeful that this is it!
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Re: Letter of recognition of citizenship sent certified mail

Postby cannoli » 16 Aug 2012, 18:39

False alarm! August 29th will be five months since my SF appointment. At my appointment I was told to expect the letter two to five months from then. Will keep you posted!

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Re: Letter of recognition of citizenship sent certified mail

Postby jennabet » 29 Aug 2012, 16:37

No, those type of letters are not sent via certified mail. If the consulates do intend to send anything certified, they inform you ahead of time and request that you pay for the postage.

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Re: Letter of recognition of citizenship sent certified mail

Postby roobyred » 30 Aug 2012, 18:03

My letter came by regular mail. Roberta


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