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Hi. I applied for my EAS based on a pending asylum in January 2019. Last week I received a denial letter based on the fact that I have not had my case pending for 150 days. 


I applied for asylum in February 2018. I had my biometrics appointment on March 30th, 2018 which I did not attend for personal reasons. I ended up going to my biometrics on July 5th 2018. 


I went to the asylum office and they checked that the system never recorded that I had my biometrics done. The office suggested that I filed a motion to reconsider and that I should send my biometrics sheet as a proof that I had them done and that the ead clock should have restarted on July 5th


my question is: Is it better to file the motion or should I send my application again along with biometrics sheet as a proof?



06/20/2014.... Package Sent to Chicago Lockbox

06/23/2014.... Package delivered at Chicago Lockbox

06/30/2014.... E-mail/Text Notifications received

07/15/2014.... Got Hard Copies in Mail

07/15/2014.... Biometrics Appointment set for 07/18/2014

07/30/2014.... I-485 Status changed to Testing and Interview

08/26/2014.... I-765 Status Changed to Card Production

09/03/2014.... EAD mailed

09/05/2014.... EAD delivered

09/19/2014.... E-mail notification that Interview scheduled for Oct 28th

10/28/2014.... Interview

10/28/2014.... Received Card Production e-mail for I-485, then I-130 approval e-mail

11/03/2014.... Received e-mail that GC has been mailed

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