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When am I over the average processing time for AOS, EAD, and AP?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Netherlands
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I received my NOA on March 4th, but in early April received an RFE for I-864. I am a student so I sent in my papers, and had my grandparents both fill out the 1-864. The USCIS site says on May 5th the case resumed normal processing and to expect a written response within 60 days. I called last week and the officer told me I can expect an interview around November based on timelines and my local office. However, nothing in my case has changed since May 5th, and it seems like everyone with a filing date in March, or many in early May have already received AP and EAD. Do I need to keep calling, or should I expect to wait much longer? Thanks.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ecuador
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A "written response within 60 days" that does not happen.... I would call and ask to open a service request. Might help and it might not but worth the try.......The RFE is the problem and I am in the same boat. Depending on who you talk to they like to say 90 days past the date of the RFE resumed....That seems to be at worst case....

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I received my NOA on March 4th, but in early April received an RFE for I-864. I am a student so I sent in my papers, and had my grandparents both fill out the 1-864. The USCIS site says on May 5th the case resumed normal processing and to expect a written response within 60 days. I called last week and the officer told me I can expect an interview around November based on timelines and my local office. However, nothing in my case has changed since May 5th, and it seems like everyone with a filing date in March, or many in early May have already received AP and EAD. Do I need to keep calling, or should I expect to wait much longer? Thanks.

Even if you are a student, you are supposed to send in one I-864 as the primary sponsor; and your grandparents another one as joint sponsors. You did both, right?

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If I'm reading what you said correctly - it took you about a month to respond to the RFE - this would delay processing on the AOS as well as EAD &/or AP. The length of delay (if not a month) is the length of time it took you to respond to the RFE.

EAD is typically approved somewhere between 60 and 90 days of normal processing (not including any delay due to RFE). It appears you're at about that (if not over) on your EAD so you should be hearing something on that soon.

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