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I-131 Application for Travel Document - When Should I Submit a Case Inquiry?

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Hello, apologies in advance if I submitted this in the wrong forum, first time poster here :)

I am currently in the US on a approved K-1 Visa, and we submitted our Adjustment of Status, along with the EAD and AP applications back in March. We received the NOA for all 3 on March 11th, and I completed my Biometrics appointment on April 20th. It's now been after 90 days, and my AP is still under "my case was received" status". We were hoping to travel around June 26th, which is in a few weeks. Is it too early to submit a case inquiry? Or perhaps make an appointment at my local office? I know the average on the USCIS Processing website is 90 days, but it seems based on some of the data here that other AP's that were received on March 31st are being processed, which is a few weeks after mine was received. Or do I just need to suck it up and be patient for the next couple weeks? One of the reasons I wanted to head back was a bridal shower (we're having a big wedding for friends and family in the States at the end of July) that's being planned, and obviously if I don't want to wait until the very last minute to cancel if it can be help. Any help is greatly appreciated!

Amy Dryden-Hickey

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~Moved from K1 Process to Fam.-based AOS Progress Forum~

~Inquiry about AOS-associated processes case status, past K1~

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You could make an appointment or submit a formal case inquiry. Though they will likely respond that your applications processing times are within current normal limits (or some other boilerplate gibberish...).

Good luck on your immigration journey.

Edited by Pitaya

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