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EAD/AP (K1 visa)

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Hii everyone. Yesterday i got a notification for my EAD "new card is being produced". After 152 days finally!!! But nothing changed for AP , is still the same "case was received". I think usually it goes thogeter. Does someone had the same experience?

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22 minutes ago, Ani2 said:

Hii everyone. Yesterday i got a notification for my EAD "new card is being produced". After 152 days finally!!! But nothing changed for AP , is still the same "case was received". I think usually it goes thogeter. Does someone had the same experience?

If it was sent at the same time AP usually doesn't change status from case received. 

 

sometimes it changes on the new site though. mine didn't change on the old (EAD changed, ap didnt)but on the new site it showed approved. AP does not have a card normally but comes with the combo card I believe this can be one of the reasons the status never updates, because it is just an extension.


Check your case status at the new website : https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov

USPS INFORMED DELIVERY https://informeddelivery.usps.com/box/pages/intro/start.action

 

How to talk to a live person at USCIShttps://goo.gl/54z5bZ

What to do after NOA2 Approval? How to contact NVCClick here for info - https://goo.gl/KggThF

If you cannot get NVC on the phone try this - https://secureforms.travel.state.gov/ask-nvc.php

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2 minutes ago, Naes said:

If it was sent at the same time AP usually doesn't change status from case received. 

 

sometimes it changes on the new site though. mine didn't change on the old (EAD changed, ap didnt)but on the new site it showed approved. AP does not have a card normally but comes with the combo card I believe this can be one of the reasons the status never updates, because it is just an extension.

Yes. It was sent thogeter at the same time. Oh i didn't know that. Thank you for all information.

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