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Received NOA for I-130 and I-485 but not I-765

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Filed: F-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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So I filed for I-130, I-485 and I-765 on September 15. USCIS received it on September 18. I received NOA for my I-130 and I-485 in the mail today; however not the I-765. Am I supposed to get NOA for I-765 or not? If this is not right, how should I contact USCIS about this to make sure they don't somehow forgot about my I-765? What is the best approach? I see a number on receipt 800-375-5283, is this the number to call? Any advice is appreciated.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
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Wait for your Monday mail, maybe it just got separated in another batch of mails.

Plus, they have 30 days to send you your NOA, so this is too early to contact them.


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Wait for your Monday mail, maybe it just got separated in another batch of mails.

Plus, they have 30 days to send you your NOA, so this is too early to contact them.

Agree. :thumbs:


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Filed: F-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Wait for your Monday mail, maybe it just got separated in another batch of mails.

Plus, they have 30 days to send you your NOA, so this is too early to contact them.

So it's Monday and still no NOA for I-765. I'm sort of frustrated. I understand this is kind of too early but I really want to call USCIS tomorrow to ask if they can look me up in their computer and let me know if it's received and has been assigned a case number. It just does not make sense how USCIS could overlook/lose my I-765 application while they got the I-130 and I-485 (each was in its own envelope and all 3envelopes were in one big package).

I have been reading similar instances like mine and some people ended up re-sending their applications after waiting a month or two. That wasted a lot of their time. I am trying to avoid this at all cost.

If I call them tomorrow, they might tell me to wait 30 days or whatever so what should I say to get them to help me? Don't they have the ability to simply enter my info or my case number from the other applications and easily find out if they have received my I-765? :help::angry:

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Filed: F-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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So I spoke to a USCIS rep today on the phone. I told her what happened. She checked and said she found records of my I-130 and I-485, but not I-765. She put in a request for me, the request is look for my I-765 application and within 15 days I will get a mail regarding the result of this request.

I got a feeling they somehow did manage to lose my I-765 application package (how is that even possible?). Anyways, I am thinking not to wait 15 days for that letter because I have a really good feeling they lost it. I am thinking of refiling form I-765 tomorrow so I can get my EAD without further delay. I have copies of my stuff so to reprint them is easy. I'm thinking to send the entire I-765 package along with the NOA of I-130 and I-485 and a letter of explanation as to why I am refiling the I-765.

Good/bad idea? Any advice? :o

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Yes, it is really best to wait. It might come in the mail in a few days, or the EAD package is being returned to you (maybe you missed a signature). Just hold tight and wait for them to contact YOU, then once you know the issue, you can resubmit. You probably won't lose any time anyway, so just wait. Trying to guess and sending stuff at them will only cause more problems.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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