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EAD Processing Time on Website is outdated?

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I'm just wondering why a lot of June filers for AOS have already gotten their EAD notices (some even got their card on the mail) and the EAD Processing Time on the visajourney page is still on May 29, 2017. Is there any way this can get fixed?

 

also, to everyone still waiting for their work permit, try calling them after 90 days so they can start a service request and do something about it. That's what I did last week and my card is being produced today.

 

Thanks everyone

 

Bobby


K1 Fiance Visa Application

11/01/16: I-129F sent through USPS

11/08/16: NOA1 SMS confirmation received

01/30/17: NOA2 SMS confirmation received

02/14/17: NVC received and case number assigned

02/22/17: Consulate (Manila) received case

03/07/17: SLEC Medical Exam Day 1

03/08/17: SLEC Medixal Exam Day 2

03/15/17: US Consul Interview Day **APPROVED**

03/15/17: CEAC Passport/Visa Status ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW

03/16/17: CEAC Passport/Visa Status ISSUED

03/21/17: Passport received in mail

03/25/17: POE at IAD Washington, DC

05/19/17: Married in Alexandria, VA <3

 

Adjustment of Status

06/17/17: I-485, I-765, I-131 sent through USPS

06/24/17: NOA1 SMS and email notification for I-485, I-765, I-131 received

06/29/17: NOA1 I-797 for I-485, I-765 and I-131 received by mail

06/30/17: I-797C appointment notice for biometrics received by mail

07/13/17: Biometrics appointment

09/18/17: Called USCIS to expedite I-765

09/26/17: EAD/AP Status Change to New Card is Being Produced

09/29/17: EAD/AP Status Change to Card Was Mailed to Me

02/14/18: I-485 Status Change to Interview is Scheduled

02/16/18: Received interview confirmation in mail

03/22/18: INTERVIEW (PASSED!)

03/27/18: I-485 Status Change to Card Was Mailed to Me

03/30/18: Got Green Card!

 

Removal of Conditions

03/01/20: Will file for ROC! \o/

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The VJ processing times are based on VJ members' info. If the members don't update their info or don't update their info correctly then the processing times won't update correctly either.

It's not an exact science either way, don't stare yourself blind on the processing times as every case is different. It's just a general estimation that might not even apply to your specific case at all. 

And, I bet there's a TON of May filers still waiting for their EADs, so in that sense the processing times shown aren't that far off.


K-1: 12-22-2015 - 09-07-2016 (260 days)

AP: 12-20-2016 - 04-07-2017 (108 days)

EAD: 01-18-2017 - 05-30-2017 (132 days)

AOS: 12-20-2016 - 07-26-2017 (217 days)

 

ROC: 04-19-2019 earliest filing date

 

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