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LAdane

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    Hawthorne
  • State
    California

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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    San Diego CA
  • Country
    Denmark

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  1. When I frist applied for my K-1 Visa a year ago now, the wait time for a EAD in california was 3 months as the longest. As I finally got my K1 visa and travelled to the US in March 2019, the wait time increased to 6.5 - 8 months. There was no way my husband and I would get that to work financially. So that's when I started looking into expedite and applied for a job.
  2. They USCIS did not ask for any proof of financial hardship. They simply wrote: "Please fax proof of your financial loss, such as proof of a pending job offer, to the following number".
  3. I'm confused by your reply. I believe this is a forum to help each other get through the process together and that's why I posted this.
  4. Hi everyone! This forum has been very helpfull to me. So I just wanted to share my experience. My timeline: Marts 10th 2019 I entered the US (California) Marts 12th 2019 I was married to an American Marts 19th 2019 USCIS received my application for Adjustment of status, EAD and Advanced Parole. May 28th 2019 I called to expedite my case based on Financial Hardship May 31st 2019 I received email from USCIS with further instructions to fax my job offer and cover letter. June 6th 2019 "New Card is being produced" June 11th 2019 "Card is ready for being mailed to me" June 12th 2019 "Card was mailed" June 14th 2019 I received my EAD card which also works as Advanced Parole. What did I do? I called to expedite my case based on severe financial loss for myself. This is what I said in notes: I have no financial resources, and by July 1st I need to start paying back my student loans. I have a master degree that is not being used and I would really like to pursue my career. I feel that I'm made redundant not contributing to the American Economy as a working tax payer. Being redundant also affects my mental health not feeling independent and having to be depended on my husband economy. I have a great job offer and have finished all interviewing. The start date is June 17th 2019. What did I fax? - I used this coverletter: https://www.marecaranne.com/2019/01/ead-expedite.html - My offer letter - Copy of the email from USCIC. I hope this might help other people in the same situation. I know how hard it is not being able to work and get your life going here in the US. I'm super excited to be working and hope for everyone that the wait time soon will be over. Thank you for this forum!
  5. Hi everyone! This forum has been very helpfull to me. So I just wanted to share my experience. My timeline: Marts 10th 2019 I entered the US Marts 12th 2019 I was married to an American Marts 19th 2019 USCIS received my application for Adjustment of status, EAD and Advanced Parole. May 28th 2019 I called to expedite my case based on Financial Hardship May 31st 2019 I received email from USCIS with further instructions to fax my job offer and cover letter. June 6th 2019 "New Card is being produced" June 11th 2019 "Card is ready for being mailed to me" June 12th 2019 "Card was mailed" June 14th 2019 I received my EAD card which also works as Advanced Parole. What did I do? I called to expedite my case based on severe financial loss for myself. This is what I said in notes: I have no financial resources, and by July 1st I need to start paying back my student loans. I have a master degree that is not being used and I would really like to pursue my career. I feel that I'm made redundant not contributing to the American Economy as a working tax payer. Being redundant also affects my mental health not feeling independent and having to be depended on my husband economy. I have a great job offer and have finished all interviewing. The start date is June 17th 2019. What did I fax? - I used this coverletter: https://www.marecaranne.com/2019/01/ead-expedite.html - My offer letter - Copy of the email from USCIC. I hope this might help other people in the same situation. I know how hard it is not being able to work and get your life going here in the US. I'm super excited to be working and hope for everyone that the wait time soon will be over. Thank you for this forum! I used this coverletter: https://www.marecaranne.com/2019/01/ead-expedite.html
  6. Hi! I read about your EAD expedite. I called in to expedite my case on Tuesday, May 28th. On Friday, May 31st I received the email from USCIS to fax my job offer, which I did that same day. I haven't heard back since and received any confirmation that they received my evidence. When I check my case status it still says "Case was received on Marts 19th 2019". So I just wanted to ask if you got any information/confirmation in between faxing your documents and the notification "Card is being produced"? Thank you so much for sharing your experience. It really helped me and gave me a lot of hope! //Michela
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