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Ok. Just realized we didn get a receipt No. for the work authorization. Help!

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Hi,

So my husband and I have been wondering when the heck his work authorization would come, and a while back we got a receipt number for the green card, and in our mistake we thought that number was for his work auth and the green card, but the lady told mu husband that we need a receipt number for the work authorization, but we only got the one.

How do we get our for the work authorization?

Please help! we are desperately trying to get my husband to work and we are at a loss. :crying:


K1 PROCESS:

11/1/10: NOA1 Received

4/14/11: NOA2 - Approved!!!!

8/18/11: Visa in hand

8/29/11: POE in ATLANTA!!!!

9/16/11: Married!!!

AOS PROCESS:

10/4/11: Social Security Card Arrived!

11/10/11: AOS Package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

11/19/11: NOA1

12/2/11: Biometrics

12/10/11: Case transferred to the California Service Center

03/06/12: EAD approved and card production!

03/14/12: EAD card in hand!

08/04/12: Green card in production!

08/09/12: Green card in hand!

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Ok hubbie just called and said that we DID send the 765 form in, but the lady on the USCIS line said there isnt anything she can do because she doesnt see that we turned it in. We sent the forms in TOGETHER?

What the heck? :bonk:


K1 PROCESS:

11/1/10: NOA1 Received

4/14/11: NOA2 - Approved!!!!

8/18/11: Visa in hand

8/29/11: POE in ATLANTA!!!!

9/16/11: Married!!!

AOS PROCESS:

10/4/11: Social Security Card Arrived!

11/10/11: AOS Package mailed to Chicago Lockbox

11/19/11: NOA1

12/2/11: Biometrics

12/10/11: Case transferred to the California Service Center

03/06/12: EAD approved and card production!

03/14/12: EAD card in hand!

08/04/12: Green card in production!

08/09/12: Green card in hand!

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Okay, so you only got (1) NOA1? Did you apply for AP? Get a NOA1 for that?

First, call again and get a Tier 2 officer on the line and ask the deal... the REAL deal. Who knows what Tier 1 people say... everything could be fine.

Then, if it is determined that your application for EAD got lost, apply again, for free, by attaching a copy of your NOA1 for the I-485. Then request expedite on it based on USCIS error (I think they will self-expedite, but doesn't hurt to ask as well). That's all you can do, unfortunately.

ETA for the above: The EAD application is at NBC, not CSC, so no backlog issue.

Edited by Harpa Timsah

AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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