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Gomast

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  1. I was in a similar situation in Florida. DMV requested to see my EAD, which hasn’t been approved since my application submission back in 2019. My I-94 expired more than a year ago. One DMV employee denied my request and told me that I would need an EAD to apply for drivers license. After a year without an EAD, I went to another DMV appointment. This time I was able to obtain my license by showing the expired I-94, AOS application (I-485) and NOA1 for the I-485, without EAD.
  2. Just to be clear, waiting 12 months for EAD isn’t a worst case scenario. It can take significantly longer than that. And the time is counted from the time that you file the I-765, not from the time of his arrival to the US.
  3. You said that working illegally would be forgiven when he applies to adjust status. So what’s the purpose of waiting for EAD if it’s forgiven?
  4. FYI, Open Enrollment runs from Sunday, November 1 through Tuesday, December 15, 2020. Coverage begins January 1, 2021.
  5. I really wish your child to quickly recover from this medical condition. Regarding health insurance, many times it does not cover pre-existing conditions. Please verify with your wife’s insurance.
  6. EAD wait time of up to 37 months. I’ve been waiting since September 2019...
  7. I’m sorry for my ignorance here... I’m trying to keep up with the thread. what’s ROC? ☺️
  8. The EAD / I-765 processing times also increase up to 36 months, which is the same time as the I-485. It make me wonder if submitting the I-765 was pointless.
  9. @Sweetdreaming You are amazing!!! I scheduled an appointment for 9/22/20 (the first available appointment!) I'll let you know know if it worked.
  10. My state is Florida. It seems that these are the options, and I don’t think that I qualify for any of them: https://www.flhsmv.gov/driver-licenses-id-cards/what-to-bring/non-immigrant/ Non-immigrant: I don’t have EAD. https://www.flhsmv.gov/driver-licenses-id-cards/what-to-bring/immigrant/ Immigrant: I don’t have any approved document, except for the NOA1 of the I-485.
  11. It’s upsetting also because the DMV is requiring EAD for a drivers license. it’s not reasonable that someone who came to the US legally, would not be able to obtain a drivers license nor work authorization for such a long time.
  12. BTW, my request for a travel document, which I have submitted at the same time with the I-765, was issued on 5/6/20.
  13. I haven’t received an RFE. I called the USCIS a month ago and they told me that my EAD is delayed due to circumstances that are not concerning my case. I also submitted an inquiry for outside normal processing times, but I haven’t received any response.
  14. I applied for EAD on 9/23/19. I had biometrics on 10/31/19. I’m still waiting for approval.
  15. USCIS received my I-765 on 9/23/19. My advanced parole was approved months ago. I called USCIS a month ago, to ask when will the EAD be approved and they said it has been delayed due to circumstances that have nothing to do with my case. On 7/6/20 I submitted the inquiry for outside normal processing times but nothing happened since. Is there anything else that I can do? How long could it take to issue the EAD? Thank you
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