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Does AOS RFE add to your processing time upon Transfer to CSC?

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I searched the threads so apologies if it has already been raised. I'm a transferee to CSC since August 26, 2010.

Does an RFE for initial evidence add to a period of processing time at CSC? The issue I'm figuring out is whether CSC process/adjudicates cases from the initial filing date, not the date of transfer. I'm currently coming up to five months after my file was transferred August 2010 for 'faster processing'. My NOA for AOS was June 14, 2010. It took thirty days to get the RFE completed and the case was resumed August 23rd, I got my AP/EAD within two weeks of resumption of processing. Currently as it would stand, I'd be staring at a March approval if they start the processing time clock from August 26th...and add the thirty days. :wow:

Thanks for any replies.


Adjustment of Status from K-1 visa.

CIS Office: Charleston WV

Date Filed: 2010-06-08

NOA Date: 2010-06-14

RFE(s): 2010-07-26

Bio. Appt: 2010-07-01

AOS Transfer 2010-08-26 CSC

AP and EAD approved 01 September 2010

Service Request issued: March 17, 2011

Green Card Approval: March 29, 2011

Green Card in Hand: April 4, 2011

Permanent Resident since March 23, 2011

Full time State employee (VA)

ROC Window opens: December 23, 2012

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Yes. An RFE pauses all processing. The time that the RFE was waiting isn't included in your processing time but the time before, and the time after it does count. So you said you filed June 14, a month for RFE waiting makes that July 14. It means so far you case has been processing for 6 months, 7 this Valentines day.

Have you considered asking your congressman/senator to do an inquiry as to why it's taking so long?? A friend of mine had to do this and found out that his file was lost or something like that.. there was some issue that they wouldn't have discovered for ages if he hadn't made an inquiry.

Good luck!

Edited by Vanessa&Tony

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Thanks Vanessa, I'll keep an eye on things, my gut feeling I'm very close to getting this approval. Can't hurt to wait another 2 weeks and then re-assess from there. :thumbs:


Adjustment of Status from K-1 visa.

CIS Office: Charleston WV

Date Filed: 2010-06-08

NOA Date: 2010-06-14

RFE(s): 2010-07-26

Bio. Appt: 2010-07-01

AOS Transfer 2010-08-26 CSC

AP and EAD approved 01 September 2010

Service Request issued: March 17, 2011

Green Card Approval: March 29, 2011

Green Card in Hand: April 4, 2011

Permanent Resident since March 23, 2011

Full time State employee (VA)

ROC Window opens: December 23, 2012

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