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Dependent Advance parole delays

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Hi Experts,

 

Here is a timeline of my case

1. Applied for I485, I765 and I131 for me and my family. Did not apply for EAD for my daughter , just AP

2. case received by USCIS TSC- July 21 2017

3. Notification of receipt: Aug 5 2017

4. Biometric notification: Aug 11 2017

5. Biometric completed on Aug 16 2017

6. EAD and AP approved for me and my wife Oct 13 2017

7. card received Nov 1 2017

My daughter's AP status still says Case was received. My wife has to travel and is stuck due to delays in daughter's parole. Please advise, is there a mechanism to even know if her case has been touched. My attorney says it is less than 6 months so USCIS will not respond. My question is principal applicant is approved , but minor is not. Need some advice

Thanks

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