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When can I receive EAD after sending evidence?

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Hi!

 

I had filed I-485 few months ago, and I received "Request for Evidence" last week. So, I sent the evidence (joint-sponsor) to USCIS. I can see "Response To USCIS' Request For Evidence Was Received" in the USCIS website. It shows that USCIS received my response. Is it possible to know the estimated timeline for receiving EAD?

 

Thank you all! 

 

 

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I received "Request for Evidence" from USCIS = last friday

I sent the evidence = 3 days ago

USCIS received my evidence = 1 day ago

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EAD is processing at 6.5 to 8.5 months currently.

AP is 6 to 8.

I485 depends on your local field office estimated processing times.

 

An RFE for any form will pause the processing of all applications. 

RFEs for I485 generally come at the beginning of that process while RFEs for EAD and AP generally come at the very end of their process.

 

RFEs generally add a month to any process so likely you will need to add a month to your EAD and AP processing times now too.

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15 hours ago, JOOK. said:

Hi!

 

I had filed I-485 few months ago, and I received "Request for Evidence" last week. So, I sent the evidence (joint-sponsor) to USCIS. I can see "Response To USCIS' Request For Evidence Was Received" in the USCIS website. It shows that USCIS received my response. Is it possible to know the estimated timeline for receiving EAD?

 

Thank you all! 

 

 

=========

 

I received "Request for Evidence" from USCIS = last friday

I sent the evidence = 3 days ago

USCIS received my evidence = 1 day ago

https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/


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