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AOS Interview after EAD+AP was approved

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Hi Community,

Hope you are doing well.
I got a question after analyzing Tampa, FL timeline for AOS Interviews.

So, most of the K1 AOSing people in Tampa getting the interview in 3-4 month after NOA1 (note: these people didn't expedite EAD+AP).
Other people who expedited EAD+AP and got it in 2-3 month after NOA1 are having their AOS Interview in 8-15 month.
Do you guys think it is random or is it how USCIS process cases? Potentially they do all checks and perform all required action to issue an EAD, so potentially everything is done from NBC side but as soon as people already can work and travel, they put such cases on hold for a longer period of time?
Just want to understand when to expect our interview :) 

Will be thankful for your advice!

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9 minutes ago, DmytriiD said:

Hi Community,

Hope you are doing well.
I got a question after analyzing Tampa, FL timeline for AOS Interviews.

So, most of the K1 AOSing people in Tampa getting the interview in 3-4 month after NOA1 (note: these people didn't expedite EAD+AP).
Other people who expedited EAD+AP and got it in 2-3 month after NOA1 are having their AOS Interview in 8-15 month.
Do you guys think it is random or is it how USCIS process cases? Potentially they do all checks and perform all required action to issue an EAD, so potentially everything is done from NBC side but as soon as people already can work and travel, they put such cases on hold for a longer period of time?
Just want to understand when to expect our interview :) 

Will be thankful for your advice!

I don't have a direct answer but more of an opinion, there is no rhyme or reason to ANY thing the USCIS does or any department in direct relation.

 

for example: one person case completion last year waiting for spouse interview, but another case completion this year same country gets an interview before the one waiting since last year, when asked why no one has answers.

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