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I received a RFE in April and sent it off and they say it will be addressed by AUG 1st.

I'm wondering what happens after.

Say they accept my RFE, and a decision is made on it, what happens next? I'm wondering if they put me back in the normal line of processing like everyone else or so they issue an AOS interview based on what was sent in? Meaning, the time for processing increased because of my mistake?

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in general, the time of processing is increased, yes...

usually, you will see some status at the uscis portal on your casefile after the RFE material has been received - what's it show on your casefile, after logging in with your username and password?


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On June 2, 2015, we received your response to our Request for Evidence for your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status, Receipt Number MSc bla bla Our National Benefits Center office will begin working on your case again. We will mail you a decision or notify you if we need something from you. You should receive a decision or case update by August 1, 2015, unless fingerprinting or an interview are needed. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.

And under case history it just tells me in April they suspended processing of my case until this ffs is sort. I was surprised they started for quickly to be honest. I don't know the process though so :)

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in general, with an RFE, your casefile is shifted to a 'suspense queue' (my label, not uscis)

where it sits and waits until the RFE material is received. Once it's added to the casefile, 'normal adjudication' (USCIS label) resumes.

How long? too many variables, as each office's queue is different and the wait in the queue is also different.

Duration of wait time, per queue, also depends on the size of the queue.

Basically, no one can forecast it exactly, but (as USCIS mentions to you) certainly something should kick on or before the 1st o August.

Queues abound. I used to study them in great depth, but gave it up for Lent one year, finding something else to do with/for my time.


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An RFE is like pushing the pause button. You aren't kicked back to the end of the line. Yes your mistake slowed you down because you were paused for five or so weeks.


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