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Hi all, based on my observation, most people receive their EAD card within 10 days after approval. And the status that most people first see on their EAD case status is 'card being produced' or something similar to this.

I saw my status for EAD changes to 'case was approved' on 6th Mar, but after that, nothing update or changed. I called to ask representative whether the card has been sent to production and the answer was no. And representative asked me to submit an inquiry online with ' card was not mailed.' but I doubt this should be the right thing to do?

 

I do see others here in VJ has similar situation as mine and some of them end up waiting for extra 1-3 months to get their EAD card after the 'case was approved' status.

And suggestion or idea??

And I am wondering how do I talk to a tier2 representative at USCIS?

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12 hours ago, CCCCCF said:

Hi all, based on my observation, most people receive their EAD card within 10 days after approval. And the status that most people first see on their EAD case status is 'card being produced' or something similar to this.

I saw my status for EAD changes to 'case was approved' on 6th Mar, but after that, nothing update or changed. I called to ask representative whether the card has been sent to production and the answer was no. And representative asked me to submit an inquiry online with ' card was not mailed.' but I doubt this should be the right thing to do?

 

I do see others here in VJ has similar situation as mine and some of them end up waiting for extra 1-3 months to get their EAD card after the 'case was approved' status.

And suggestion or idea??

And I am wondering how do I talk to a tier2 representative at USCIS?

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I think your best bet is to actually listen to USCIS and submit an inquiry online with card was not mailed. 

 

To talk to a TIER2 you simply explain why you're calling and requesting to speak to a TIER2. It's up to the representative if they feel they need to transfer you or not, they are NOT obligated to do so (but most of them don't make a fuss and let you talk to a TIER2)

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