Late filing of form 2553 and 1120S for an S Corp

Dear Experts
I formed a Corp in 03/29/2011 but failed to register it as an S Corp with IRS in a timely manner that I am otherwise qualified to apply for besides being late.
I want to file 1120S and 2553 together since both are late as of today.
I filled up both forms and printed them out. TurboTax Business software mentions only way to file 1120S and 2553 together choosing for Relief for Late Election is if following "Rev. Proc. 2007-62". If using Rev. Proc. 2003-43 for Late Relief the 2553 needs to be filed FIRST and be accepted before one can file 1120S.
I have filled out both forms just need to know how to mail them in (one after another or together)  and which clause to use. The issue is it takes 60 days for IRS to respond.
    For 2007-62, both the return and the election are filed together.  The filing instructions printed by TurboTax will have the filing information for the return.
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