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Looking for Arkansas Filers

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Hey Everyone,

 

I'm just reaching out in an attempt to find other AOS filers who might be filing from Arkansas and has Memphis as their field office. 

 

I would like to hear about your experiences thus far so that I can have some estimation as to when I'd be receiving my EAD/AP Combo Card and eventually, my GC.

 

 

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For your EAD, you should have it within 90days since you applied for it, if not, you are supposed to send then e-request asking about that, all in USCIS website.

You live in Arkansas it doesn't mean Arkansas uscis holding your case. I applied my GC application in Feb 2016 ( almost a year ago). I still haven't heard anything about my case, status is still " fingerprints fee was received ". I made an appointment with USCIS offfice field in Fort Smith, Arkansas where i went for fingerprints. They said they don't have my application in their office, the office in New York is holding it. They said if your case is interview waiver, then it should be in any USCIS in US, you should call USCIS to ask where is your application located, then check processing time to know. Good luck to you!

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You should get your EAD within 90 days since you applied for it. If not, send them an e request asking about your case.

You live in Arkansas it doesn't mean Arkansas uscis holding your case. I applied my GC application in Feb 2016 ( almost a year ago). I still haven't heard anything about my case, status is still " fingerprints fee was received ". I made an appointment with USCIS offfice field in Fort Smith, Arkansas where i went for fingerprints. They said they don't have my application in their office, the office in New York is holding it. They said if your case is interview waiver, then it should be in any USCIS in US, you should call USCIS to ask where is your application located, then check processing time to know. Good luck to you!

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