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We're 14 days out from our 91th day so I thought I'd see what infopass appts are available. When I try the infopass scheduler at uscis.gov I get this:

"At this time, there are no information appointments available for the office in your area. Please try back again later."

It only does this if I choose "It's been more than 90 days since you filed an EAD blah blah blah".

What a F'ed up system. Can't see our EAD and AP applications online. Got RFEd on the I-485 for something I included in the orginal. Might not even be able to get a temp EAD cause of that, and now I can't even TRY!

UUUUUGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Banging head against keyboard.

Ok, I feel better... anyone ever see the above error?

Thanks,

Brad


I-129F

11-28-05 Petition Sent

11-29 Arrived at Nebraska

12-02 Check Cashed - LIN Receipt # On Check :-)

12-02 NOA1 via internet

12-05 NOA1 snail mail

12-13 NOA2 via internet (day 14)

12-16 Email: Petition Forward to Dept. Of State

12-17 NOA2 snail mail

02-22-06 Interview passed, K1 Visa approved.

02-24 Visa arrived

04-14 Arrive in America.. SHE'S HERE!

07-07 Married :-)

AOS, EAD, AP

07-14-06 Sent all 3

07-16 Delivery Confirmed (NOA's dated 07-16)

07-24 3 NOA's in the mail box. (MSC #s not online for a long time!)

07-29 Biometrics letter

08-08 Biometrics Complete.

08-28 RFE Sent For I-485??? (Sigh, this is what it takes to get your MSC # online?)

08-31 RFE Snail Mail, Missing Tax Info (which was sent the first time!)

08-31 RFE Sent back

09-08 RFE rcvd at MSC email update

09-11 Touched I-485

09-13 Touched I-485

09-21 Rcvd AOS appt letter

10-18 Sent 'Status Inquiry' snail mail about EAD/AP not online and not approved.

10-28 AP/EAD FINALLY show online... 106 days. Not complete!

10-28 AP/EAD/AOS touched.

10-31 AP/EAD/AOS touched

11-03 11-07 11-11 and 11-13 EAD touched.

11-15 Day 123 (Day 68 since the RFE) EAD approved 11-14 email! AP still waiting.

11-16 10 AM Aos approved, 2 weeks to the green card we hope!

11-16 2PM EAD card in the mail.

11-17 Email "Welcome letter"

11-20 Welcome letter in Mail

11-27 Another "Welcome" email dated 11-27, changed from 11-17

11-29-06 GC in Mail, Were done for 1.75 years!

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Oh that is terrible... I heard that rumor (I am not sure) that they don't issue EADs any longer in district offices... Maybe that is why there is no appointment available? I hope it's not true though!

Good luck,

Anna.


AOS

8-4-2006 Date of NOA's

1-4-2007 Green Card in mail

Removal of conditions

9-29-2008 I-751 delivered to CSC

12-29-2008 Green Card ordered :)

Citizenship

10-15-2011 Package sent to NSC

10-17-2011 NOA Priority Date

11-25-2011 Biometrics done

11-29-2011 In line for interview scheduling... woohoo!

12-20-2011 Interview scheduled ...received letter 3 days later

01-24-2012 Interview & Oath

Done!

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they put out a memo:

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/lawsregs/han...88b_081806r.pdf

a few quotes:

Beginning September 1, 2006, field offices will no longer issue locally produced EADs. Applications received at local offices will be overnight express mailed to the Chicago Lockbox or appropriate Service Center for in-take processing and adjudication. Offices will accept and forward applications during the first 30 days, until September 30, 2006, of this process. Beginning October 1, 2006, a Form I-765 received at any local office will be returned to the applicant advising the individual that the form needs to be filed directly with either a Service Center or the Chicago Lockbox.
USCIS is required to adjudicate a pending Form I-765 within 90 days from the date of receipt. 8 CFR 274a.13(d). Failure to complete the adjudication within this time frame requires the Service to grant an employment authorization document for a period not to exceed 240 days. The following steps are being initiated to reduce, and eventually eliminate, the need for USCIS to issue an interim EAD.Local Offices will no longer accept and adjudicate Form I-765 for an Interim EAD.

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Try to make an Infopass Appointment and print it out and bring it when u visit the office for your Infopass. In my case i make an Infopass yesterday eventhough im still 24 days in advance for my 90 days processing of EAD. When i talked to the Officer, he told me that it shows my EAD approved Sept. 20 and it should be in mail anyday, i just hope the mailman won't failed me :lol:

Noted: I read that memo, at the Office front counter in Atlanta, but at the end of the note they put a reference email address for you to used for follow-up your EAD card. So if and when my EAD card didnt arrived in our house thats my last hope, bugging them thru email since they don't give interim EAD anymore.

Goodluck to you!


07-13-06 - K1/K2 AOS/EAD sent

11-04-06 - 2 NOA's transfer to CSC

11-17-06 - "K1 APPROVED AOS" no interview

11-27-06 - "K1 - GREENCARD" rcvd.

01-23-07 - K2 GREENCARD rcvd.

08-20-08 - I-751 sent to Texas Service Center, transfer to VSC

08-26-08 - I-751 NOA1 & 1yr. Extension letter

09-18-08 - I-751 NOA2 - Biometrics Appointment Notice

03-11-09 - I-751 transfer from VSC to CSC!

05-13-09 - I-751 APPROVED

06-24-09 - card production ordered

08-20-09 - N400 - Citizenship Application

08-24-09 - NOA notice date

08-28-09 - NOA in mailbox

09-10-09 - email asking for more evidence

09-14-09 - Biometrics NOA date

09-18-09 - Biometrics Letter arrived in mailbox

10-09-09 - Biometrics Schedule

10-14-09 - Notice date of the yellow letter

10-30-09 - touched online for "testing & interview"

11-03-09 - IL received in mailbox

12-07-09 - "PASSED" Interview & it's my Hubby Bday too!

04-17-10 - Oath letter received in mailbox

05-14-10 - Judicial Oath atlast! in Atl

110 days - Application to Interview

158 days - Interview to Judicial Oath

268 days - Total processing days for my N400

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they put out a memo:

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/lawsregs/han...88b_081806r.pdf

a few quotes:

Beginning September 1, 2006, field offices will no longer issue locally produced EADs. Applications received at local offices will be overnight express mailed to the Chicago Lockbox or appropriate Service Center for in-take processing and adjudication. Offices will accept and forward applications during the first 30 days, until September 30, 2006, of this process. Beginning October 1, 2006, a Form I-765 received at any local office will be returned to the applicant advising the individual that the form needs to be filed directly with either a Service Center or the Chicago Lockbox.
USCIS is required to adjudicate a pending Form I-765 within 90 days from the date of receipt. 8 CFR 274a.13(d). Failure to complete the adjudication within this time frame requires the Service to grant an employment authorization document for a period not to exceed 240 days. The following steps are being initiated to reduce, and eventually eliminate, the need for USCIS to issue an interim EAD.Local Offices will no longer accept and adjudicate Form I-765 for an Interim EAD.

This is about the orginal form I-765. I want to get a temp EAD based on the fact they haven't processed our EAD within 90 days. You don't have to file a form I-765 to get a temp EAD, all you have to do is show your I-765 NOA1 that's 91 plus days old. They are changing the rules to make all EADs go to the drop box in the hope they can elimnate Temp EADs at the offices, but that will only happen if the process all EADs within 90 days.

Local offices will still have to issue temp EADs after 91 days, but without being able to get an infopass appt I can't get a temp EAD based upon the 90 day rule. ERRRR!

Try to make an Infopass Appointment and print it out and bring it when u visit the office for your Infopass. In my case i make an Infopass yesterday eventhough im still 24 days in advance for my 90 days processing of EAD. When i talked to the Officer, he told me that it shows my EAD approved Sept. 20 and it should be in mail anyday, i just hope the mailman won't failed me :lol:

Noted: I read that memo, at the Office front counter in Atlanta, but at the end of the note they put a reference email address for you to used for follow-up your EAD card. So if and when my EAD card didnt arrived in our house thats my last hope, bugging them thru email since they don't give interim EAD anymore.

Goodluck to you!

They are still required to give out temp EAD if the orginal EAD isn't done within 90 days. The memo change only affects them taking the orginal I-765.


I-129F

11-28-05 Petition Sent

11-29 Arrived at Nebraska

12-02 Check Cashed - LIN Receipt # On Check :-)

12-02 NOA1 via internet

12-05 NOA1 snail mail

12-13 NOA2 via internet (day 14)

12-16 Email: Petition Forward to Dept. Of State

12-17 NOA2 snail mail

02-22-06 Interview passed, K1 Visa approved.

02-24 Visa arrived

04-14 Arrive in America.. SHE'S HERE!

07-07 Married :-)

AOS, EAD, AP

07-14-06 Sent all 3

07-16 Delivery Confirmed (NOA's dated 07-16)

07-24 3 NOA's in the mail box. (MSC #s not online for a long time!)

07-29 Biometrics letter

08-08 Biometrics Complete.

08-28 RFE Sent For I-485??? (Sigh, this is what it takes to get your MSC # online?)

08-31 RFE Snail Mail, Missing Tax Info (which was sent the first time!)

08-31 RFE Sent back

09-08 RFE rcvd at MSC email update

09-11 Touched I-485

09-13 Touched I-485

09-21 Rcvd AOS appt letter

10-18 Sent 'Status Inquiry' snail mail about EAD/AP not online and not approved.

10-28 AP/EAD FINALLY show online... 106 days. Not complete!

10-28 AP/EAD/AOS touched.

10-31 AP/EAD/AOS touched

11-03 11-07 11-11 and 11-13 EAD touched.

11-15 Day 123 (Day 68 since the RFE) EAD approved 11-14 email! AP still waiting.

11-16 10 AM Aos approved, 2 weeks to the green card we hope!

11-16 2PM EAD card in the mail.

11-17 Email "Welcome letter"

11-20 Welcome letter in Mail

11-27 Another "Welcome" email dated 11-27, changed from 11-17

11-29-06 GC in Mail, Were done for 1.75 years!

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Bly - where did you get that information? We did make an Infopass Appt. for my husband's EAD after the 90 days since filing had expired. We were told local offices were no longer issueing the EAD's and we would have to wait until a decision was made. I have contacted my senator and they are doing an inquiry so I'll keep everyone posted if I find out anything.


May 11 '09 - Case Approved 10 yr card in the mail

June - 10 yr card recieved

Feb. 19, 2010 - N-400 Application sent to Phoenix Lockbox

April 3, 2010 - Biometrics

May 17,2010 - Citizenship Test - Minneapolis, MN

July 16, 2010- Retest (writing portion)

October 13, 2010 - Oath Ceremony

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I just want to add this. In the mentioned link http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/lawsregs/han...88b_081806r.pdf it also says:

"Field Offices

Local Offices will no longer accept and adjudicate Form I-765 for an Interim EAD. The Service Centers or NBC will be responsible for adjudicating the pending I-765 and issuing interim or non-interim documentation. Upon receipt of Form I-765 requesting an interim EAD, local field offices are required to perform the following tasks.

• CLAIMS Verification

o Underlying application remains pending

o Determine if RFE has been issued, thus tolling the 90-day adjudicative requirement

o Form I-765 remains unadjudicated

o Biometrics have been captured—if not, refer to ASC

• Contact NBC or Service Center to initiate EAD production—either Interim or Non-Interim

• Provide Notice to applicant acknowledging status inquiry...."

So, the NBC is responsible for issuing one form of EAD either interim or normal EAD.

So, yes, no more interim EADs at the field offices, but they still have tasks to do as of "Claims verification..."


Anja (Magdeburg, Germany) and Hank (Richmond Heights, OH, USA)

Met in September 1996

Together since June 25, 1997

Jul 23 2005 - Married in Magdeburg

Removal of Conditions

Dec 19'08 - Mailed I-751 Package

Dec 22'08 - NOA date

Dec 24'08 - Check cashed

Jan 07'09 - NOA in mail

Jun '09 - Biometrics/10 year Greencard issued and sent in mail

AOS Process

May 30'06 - AOS package sent including EAD

June 7'06 - NOA1 Date for EAD and AOS

June 8'06 - both checks were cashed

June 9'06 - NOA1 in mail

June 22'06 - Biometrics for AOS and EAD in Cleveland

June 24'06 - both cases touched

Sept 12'06 - INFOPASS - interim EADs no longer issued in district offices :-(

Sept 21'06 - EAD finally approved according to Email by USCIS after 114 days

Sept 28'06 - EAD arrived in Mail

Oct 03'06 - Applied for SSN

Oct 10'06 - Received SSN card in mail

Nov 6'06 - Received Interview Letter

Jan 5'07 - Interview Date - approved

Jan 5'07 - CRIS email: welcome notice mailed

Jan 10'07 - CRIS email: Card was ordered on Jan 9'07

Jan 18'07 - Greencard in Mail (dated Jan 12'07)

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This is about the orginal form I-765. I want to get a temp EAD based on the fact they haven't processed our EAD within 90 days. You don't have to file a form I-765 to get a temp EAD, all you have to do is show your I-765 NOA1 that's 91 plus days old.

I just wanted to clarify that you do fill out a new I-765 right at the DO when requesting an interim EAD. So the policies quoted seem to apply to interims.

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I did not fill out anything at the DO but the officer did everthing she was supposed to do. She called the NBC. However they use voicemail and call back. At the time I was there, it was too early for them to call back. 2 hours later still nobody had called back. I just went home then. I don't know what they said, what was up with the case, but 9 days later it was approved. I don't know if it was coincidence or because I had that appointment and they finally worked on my case?


Anja (Magdeburg, Germany) and Hank (Richmond Heights, OH, USA)

Met in September 1996

Together since June 25, 1997

Jul 23 2005 - Married in Magdeburg

Removal of Conditions

Dec 19'08 - Mailed I-751 Package

Dec 22'08 - NOA date

Dec 24'08 - Check cashed

Jan 07'09 - NOA in mail

Jun '09 - Biometrics/10 year Greencard issued and sent in mail

AOS Process

May 30'06 - AOS package sent including EAD

June 7'06 - NOA1 Date for EAD and AOS

June 8'06 - both checks were cashed

June 9'06 - NOA1 in mail

June 22'06 - Biometrics for AOS and EAD in Cleveland

June 24'06 - both cases touched

Sept 12'06 - INFOPASS - interim EADs no longer issued in district offices :-(

Sept 21'06 - EAD finally approved according to Email by USCIS after 114 days

Sept 28'06 - EAD arrived in Mail

Oct 03'06 - Applied for SSN

Oct 10'06 - Received SSN card in mail

Nov 6'06 - Received Interview Letter

Jan 5'07 - Interview Date - approved

Jan 5'07 - CRIS email: welcome notice mailed

Jan 10'07 - CRIS email: Card was ordered on Jan 9'07

Jan 18'07 - Greencard in Mail (dated Jan 12'07)

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Bly - where did you get that information? We did make an Infopass Appt. for my husband's EAD after the 90 days since filing had expired. We were told local offices were no longer issueing the EAD's and we would have to wait until a decision was made. I have contacted my senator and they are doing an inquiry so I'll keep everyone posted if I find out anything.

I should have been a little more clear, local offices are still required to process an interim EAD, they don't issue it. Your local field office is still required to deal with your interim EAD, it is the law. They should have called the service center and had your EAD approved or an interim issued to you. Pay attention to: "Upon receipt of Form I-765 requesting an interim EAD, local field offices are required to perform the following tasks."

from http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/lawsregs/han...88b_081806r.pdf

Field Offices

Local Offices will no longer accept and adjudicate Form I-765 for an Interim EAD. The Service Centers or

NBC will be responsible for adjudicating the pending I-765 and issuing interim or non-interim

documentation. Upon receipt of Form I-765 requesting an interim EAD, local field offices are required to

perform the following tasks.

• CLAIMS Verification

o Underlying application remains pending

o Determine if RFE has been issued, thus tolling the 90-day adjudicative requirement

o Form I-765 remains unadjudicated

o Biometrics have been captured—if not, refer to ASC

• Contact NBC or Service Center to initiate EAD production—either Interim or Non-Interim

• Provide Notice to applicant acknowledging status inquiry.

In the event that an application is not adjudicated within the regulatory time frame, each Service Center and the NBC have established a dedicated telephone line to answer field office inquiries when an applicant appears for an interim EAD. Since the affected alien will be in the field office at the time the inquiry is made, the NBC and Service Centers will attempt to respond to any inquiry within 30 minutes of receipt. Inquiries made to a Service Center or the NBC after their normal business hours should be sent to the email addresses listed below, with the response from the Service Centers or NBC provided to the local office by 10:00 the next business day.

Once contacted by a local office, it will be the responsibility of the Service Center or NBC to either adjudicate the pending Form I-765 or issue an interim EAD.

This is about the orginal form I-765. I want to get a temp EAD based on the fact they haven't processed our EAD within 90 days. You don't have to file a form I-765 to get a temp EAD, all you have to do is show your I-765 NOA1 that's 91 plus days old.

I just wanted to clarify that you do fill out a new I-765 right at the DO when requesting an interim EAD. So the policies quoted seem to apply to interims.

You are right, I miss spoke. You do have to fill out another I-765 but the DO is required to take it and follow the steps listed. She was turned away and told they can't do anything, which isn't the case. My quesiton is how to I get an infopass appt to have them follow the steps they are required to take.


I-129F

11-28-05 Petition Sent

11-29 Arrived at Nebraska

12-02 Check Cashed - LIN Receipt # On Check :-)

12-02 NOA1 via internet

12-05 NOA1 snail mail

12-13 NOA2 via internet (day 14)

12-16 Email: Petition Forward to Dept. Of State

12-17 NOA2 snail mail

02-22-06 Interview passed, K1 Visa approved.

02-24 Visa arrived

04-14 Arrive in America.. SHE'S HERE!

07-07 Married :-)

AOS, EAD, AP

07-14-06 Sent all 3

07-16 Delivery Confirmed (NOA's dated 07-16)

07-24 3 NOA's in the mail box. (MSC #s not online for a long time!)

07-29 Biometrics letter

08-08 Biometrics Complete.

08-28 RFE Sent For I-485??? (Sigh, this is what it takes to get your MSC # online?)

08-31 RFE Snail Mail, Missing Tax Info (which was sent the first time!)

08-31 RFE Sent back

09-08 RFE rcvd at MSC email update

09-11 Touched I-485

09-13 Touched I-485

09-21 Rcvd AOS appt letter

10-18 Sent 'Status Inquiry' snail mail about EAD/AP not online and not approved.

10-28 AP/EAD FINALLY show online... 106 days. Not complete!

10-28 AP/EAD/AOS touched.

10-31 AP/EAD/AOS touched

11-03 11-07 11-11 and 11-13 EAD touched.

11-15 Day 123 (Day 68 since the RFE) EAD approved 11-14 email! AP still waiting.

11-16 10 AM Aos approved, 2 weeks to the green card we hope!

11-16 2PM EAD card in the mail.

11-17 Email "Welcome letter"

11-20 Welcome letter in Mail

11-27 Another "Welcome" email dated 11-27, changed from 11-17

11-29-06 GC in Mail, Were done for 1.75 years!

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You are right, I miss spoke. You do have to fill out another I-765 but the DO is required to take it and follow the steps listed. She was turned away and told they can't do anything, which isn't the case. My quesiton is how to I get an infopass appt to have them follow the steps they are required to take.

Even before these policy changes, occasionally people would have trouble making infopass appointments. It was usually easily resolved by just trying again the next day. I hope you have better luck soon!

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I did not fill out anything at the DO but the officer did everthing she was supposed to do. She called the NBC. However they use voicemail and call back. At the time I was there, it was too early for them to call back. 2 hours later still nobody had called back. I just went home then. I don't know what they said, what was up with the case, but 9 days later it was approved. I don't know if it was coincidence or because I had that appointment and they finally worked on my case?

Hi All,

This is my first post on VJ :yes:

Anyway, I just wanted to add my own EAD saga as it is still fresh. I applied for my renewal EAD on June 14th. My ND is June 15th.

I did my biometrics on July 15th. I have been waiting since. I called the cust serv number and the lady made a note and gave me a referral number. I made an infopass at the Minneapolis, MN office yesterday and drove the 1.5 hours to find out what was going on, and to get an interim since it has been about 100 days.

The lady at the counter told me that everything looked good and she doesnt know why I haven't it yet but that she will send an email to NBC??! She also informed me that they are no longer issueing interims as of Sept 1.

She said I just had to wait - but I can be assured she has sent an email. I left there very angry and afraid for the worse - my employers can't be asked to wait - they'll give me the boot if it is not renewed in good time :help:

Anyway, the I got home and I had a letter from the same local office saying that my EAD was approved and I had to make an infopass appointment online to come pick it up at the same office I jsut got back from. :crying:

Is this the darndest thing you ever heard or what? Why didn't they mail it to me instead of mailing me a notice that it was approved and with them? And why didn't she know that?

Anyway, in addition to the above posts, yes, interim EADs are no more. And yes, we are all doomed with this new process as there is (seemingly) no recourse for if they don't process it efficiently (within 90days)

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They probably only book infopasses so many days/weeks in advance. That is what they do for appointments at the ASCs. I would just keep trying every day first thing in the morning so that as each new day of appointments becomes available you are able to get one of the newly available appointments. Good luck.


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Even though DO's do not appear to provide us with that service of issuing the interim EAD's anymore, infopass should still be available if you do need to ask questions about the status. Try making the appointment ever so often (people do cancel ;) ) throughout the day.

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09-12-05 - AOS filed

04-21-06 - AOS Interview

04-27-06 - Approval

05-17-06 - Green Card in hand

02-11-08 - File to remove conditions

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We're 14 days out from our 91th day so I thought I'd see what infopass appts are available.
Brad, were any RFE's issued in connection with your pending EAD application? The answer to this question has nothing to do with your ability to schedule an infopass appointment but has a lot to do with your eligibility for an interim EAD (depending on the type, RFE either suspend or restart the running of the 90 day period).

To give you some background, under 8 CFR 274a.13(d) USCIS has 90 days from the date of their receipt of the application to issue you an employment authorization (there are a few categories of immigrants to whom the 90 day rule does not apply). USCIS' failure to comply with the 90 day requirement results in the automatic grant of an employment authorization for a period not to exceed 240 days.

Now, in the event that your employment authorization application is missing required INITIAL evidence, under 8 CFR 102.2 ( B )(10) the 90-day countdown does not start until USCIS receives that evidence.

Now, if your application is missing anything OTHER than the required initial evidence or if USCIS requests ADDITIONAL evidence, then the countdown clock is simply suspended until USCIS receives such evidence.

To illustrate, if your employment authorization petition has been with USCIS for 20 days, then USCIS requests additional evidence of your eligibility, USCIS will have 70 days to finish processing the application after USCIS receives the evidence. Now, under the same scenario, if the required INITIAL evidence was missing, USCIS would have the full 90 days after you submit such initial evidence to finish processing your application.


8/11/06 Married.

8/15/06 Received marriage certificate.

8/16/06 Overnighted AOS and AP applications (no EAD, since I won't need it until next year).

8/17/06 Delivered at 12:44pm (Chicago lockbox).

8/24/06 All 3 checks cashed.

8/26/06 Received NOA. I485, I130 and I131 are online.

8/29/06 All 3 touched.

9/2/06 Biometrics appointment received.

9/5/06 I130 and I131 touched.

9/8/06 Biometrics completed.

9/8/06 I485 touched.

9/11/06 I485 touched.

11/14/06 AP approved.

11/15/06 AP touched.

11/20/06 AP received.

12/21/06 Confirmed that the name check has cleared.

1/5/07 I-765 (EAD) mailed out by certified mail (no rush).

1/10/07 I-765 delivered at 9:46am (Chicago lockbox).

1/16/07 Received NOA1 for I-765 (dated 1/10/07).

1/16/07 I-765 touched.

1/18/07 I-765 touched.

1/20/07 Biometrics scheduled for 1/31/07 (which I already completed on 9/8/06).

1/20/07 Interview scheduled for 3/20/07 at 8:00am.

1/20/07 I-765 touched (they're open on Saturdays?).

1/31/07 Biometrics for I-765 completed.

1/31/07 I-765 touched.

2/1/07 I-765 touched.

2/28/07 I-485 and I-130 touched.

3/1/07 I-485 and I-130 touched.

3/20/07 AOS interview. Approved.

3/22/07 I-485, I-130, I-765 touched.

3/22/07 CRIS email: approval notice sent.

3/23/07 I-485, I-130, I-765 touched.

3/24/07 I-485, I-130, I-765 touched (a touch on Saturday?).

3/26/07 CRIS email: card production ordered.

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