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RFE on AOS (I-864)

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Hello everyone,

Received RFE in the mail today for our AOS.

W-2s and 1099s missing - no big deal. Going to mail those out tomorrow. BUT, it also says in the letter:

You are ineligible for interim employment authorization pursuant to Title 8, Code of Federal Regulations..., until ninety (90) days after the missing initial evidence is received.

So does that affect the EAD that we concurrently filed or what's behind it?

I've seen many couples in this forum who had received their EAD's way before their AOS was approved.

Appreciate the help.

Robert

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Processing stops when they issue a RFE. It will resume when they receive the requested items. So it might be a little more than 90 days for processing.

Thanks for the quick reply, Kim&James!

Just for clarification: the fact that the processing of our AOS temporarily stops until DHS receives the requested items does not mean that the processing of the EAD (I-765) stops as well, does it? The letter is a bit ambiguous about the "interim employment authorization".

Thanks again.

Robert

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Processing stops when they issue a RFE. It will resume when they receive the requested items. So it might be a little more than 90 days for processing.

Thanks for the quick reply, Kim&James!

Just for clarification: the fact that the processing of our AOS temporarily stops until DHS receives the requested items does not mean that the processing of the EAD (I-765) stops as well, does it? The letter is a bit ambiguous about the "interim employment authorization".

Thanks again.

Robert

correct... they all stop and resume when requested items are recieved.


I 130 & I129F (K3) and AOS info in timeline

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Who knows! haha There is no set time line. They've gotta get what you mailed in and match it up with your application.


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