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I-485 Adjustment of status filed Nov 2018 - Still waiting for interview date

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Hello all. 

I’m just wondering if anyone has a similar timeline as me and is also waiting for an interview date.

I got married in October and filed for an adjustment of status from an F-1 visa in November and got my EAD card after 5 painful moths lol

I was really hoping to have my interview date by now but still haven’t heard anything. Online is still saying that my case is ready to be scheduled but that’s it.

Anyone else going through the same thing?

 

Also in case I’ll have to renew my EAD card, how long in advance should I do it to avoid work gaps?

 

thanks guys!

good luck with your cases

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I see you're in LA. So am I. Mine took 14 months to from filing to approved at interview. It hasn't been a year for you. Sorry but all you can do is wait. Most people wait about a year for the interview date.

 

For EAD renewal, I believe you can apply 90 days before the expiration.

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21 minutes ago, mushroomspore said:

I see you're in LA. So am I. Mine took 14 months to from filing to approved at interview. It hasn't been a year for you. Sorry but all you can do is wait. Most people wait about a year for the interview date.

 

For EAD renewal, I believe you can apply 90 days before the expiration.

Dang, that’s crazy!

Thanks for sharing your experience!

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You may apply to extend your employment authorization card up to 120 days prior to your current card's expiration date. Ideally, you should submit your application at least 90 days before the expiration date, since it may take that long for you to receive your new card. as of Jul 11, 2019

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21 hours ago, Violetta said:

Hello all. 

I’m just wondering if anyone has a similar timeline as me and is also waiting for an interview date.

I got married in October and filed for an adjustment of status from an F-1 visa in November and got my EAD card after 5 painful moths lol

I was really hoping to have my interview date by now but still haven’t heard anything. Online is still saying that my case is ready to be scheduled but that’s it.

Anyone else going through the same thing?

 

Also in case I’ll have to renew my EAD card, how long in advance should I do it to avoid work gaps?

 

thanks guys!

good luck with your cases

I am in NYC and filed in March 2018. Still waiting. From the sounds of other reports, it’ll be another several months still.

 

If LA is only 14 months I’d consider yourself lucky!

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