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Sent in renewal for EAD and AP card. One to Phoenix, one to Chicago lockbox. Delivered on the 10th and 11th of December. Just received text with case number for one of them, or maybe both, maybe will get another one for the other application because they went separate places, but the case number starts with IOE. I thought case numbers that start IOE were for electronic filings, such as N400, not paper filings. Has anyone renewed their card and got an IOE case number. I will add it to my USCIS account when I get home today, but seemed strange to me, unless renewals are processed electronically now? Thanks in advance.

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On 12/16/2019 at 3:10 PM, Loren Y said:

Sent in renewal for EAD and AP card. One to Phoenix, one to Chicago lockbox. Delivered on the 10th and 11th of December. Just received text with case number for one of them, or maybe both, maybe will get another one for the other application because they went separate places, but the case number starts with IOE. I thought case numbers that start IOE were for electronic filings, such as N400, not paper filings. Has anyone renewed their card and got an IOE case number. I will add it to my USCIS account when I get home today, but seemed strange to me, unless renewals are processed electronically now? Thanks in advance.

I was wondering how your renewal process went. I sent the renewal for EAD and Adv P last year. They sent me a letter stating that I am missing pages from my EAD(which was ridiculous because I checked all and it was all they required) but they processed my Adv Parole with MSC case number. 

I resent my EAD papers and just got a notification with IOE case number. I am not really sure why they processed it like that. Also really worried because I sent everything on time and now I have 44 days until expiry and I might lose my job due the fact that I work in an airport and I need to renew my badge and has to be done 30 days before expiry.:bonk:

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11 minutes ago, C💏A said:

I was wondering how your renewal process went. I sent the renewal for EAD and Adv P last year. They sent me a letter stating that I am missing pages from my EAD(which was ridiculous because I checked all and it was all they required) but they processed my Adv Parole with MSC case number. 

I resent my EAD papers and just got a notification with IOE case number. I am not really sure why they processed it like that. Also really worried because I sent everything on time and now I have 44 days until expiry and I might lose my job due the fact that I work in an airport and I need to renew my badge and has to be done 30 days before expiry.:bonk:

The renewal process was exceptionally fast. You should get a notice if you got a IOE case number that says they are processing your renewal electronically. My wife had her new card in about 30 days exactly from my filing date. You can check my timeline for exact dates, but it was fast. I renewed really early also, about 100 days before expiration thinking it would take months to get. Had the card 30 days later, then our AOS interview came up and had green card before original EAD AP card expired, but it was a fast process to renew. You should be ok.

 

I have a badge for McCarran airport also because I occasionally do deliveries to the different airlines and I have to drive onto the flight line to make deliveries, so I've spent time in the " Badging Office" myself, so I know your worry, but I think you should be good.

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On 2/28/2020 at 6:55 PM, Loren Y said:

The renewal process was exceptionally fast. You should get a notice if you got a IOE case number that says they are processing your renewal electronically. My wife had her new card in about 30 days exactly from my filing date. You can check my timeline for exact dates, but it was fast. I renewed really early also, about 100 days before expiration thinking it would take months to get. Had the card 30 days later, then our AOS interview came up and had green card before original EAD AP card expired, but it was a fast process to renew. You should be ok.

 

I have a badge for McCarran airport also because I occasionally do deliveries to the different airlines and I have to drive onto the flight line to make deliveries, so I've spent time in the " Badging Office" myself, so I know your worry, but I think you should be good.

Thank you for your prompt reply. 

I work for Alaska Airline and they told me I have to also renew my seal for my badge - that's with CBP and they take time to process that. If it is passed the 14th April the badging office will fine me $250 and company is not happy with that either because I work international flights and working without the seal is a big deal that would result in me losing my job, but they can rehire me. I am also on probation and have 370h left, if they have to rehire me I have to go through 6 months of probation again and that is a pain:dead:

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