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Filippe Barros

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About Filippe Barros

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 03/04/1996
  • Member # 337742
  • Location Tempe, AZ, USA

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Tempe
  • State
    Arizona

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    F-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Local Office
    Phoenix AZ
  • Country
    Brazil
  • Our Story
    It was a long time dream of mine ( since I was about 12 yo) to come to the US to be a naval aviator in the US NAVY. But I've been diagnosed with a heart condition which impeded me from flying... besides, I had no idea that the US military only accepted U.S. Citizens into its Naval Academy. So in 2015 I was finally able to come to the US to study Mechanical Engineering at Arizona State University. I have now graduated and am currently applying for a F-1 Post-OPT EAD, with a job position waiting for me. My dream is to stay and become a citizen of this country, I've always loved it here!

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  1. Ohh.. I wonder why they rejected my request right away then?! They never even asked me to submit any documents for proof... that sucks. But its whatever now, since the card should be here in a couple of days, FINALLY!
  2. I say this because of the reason they stated in the denial e-mail I received. It is a very basic principle as to why they wouldn't approve any requests coming from F-1 student. They haven't even given me a chance to provide any proof, explanation or anything. They simply denied as soon as the request was placed. I'm not trying to discourage anyone. I can paste the email here if no one believes me
  3. I'm on an F-1 Visa, and have applied for an EAD on Post-OPT. My application was received on June 27th and on August 13th I submitted an Expedite Request. I received a denial e-mail on the very next day, without even having the chance to argue about it. My question here is, now that my expedite request got denied, while I was about 40 days into the process, does that mean my application got sent to the bottom of the pile and I went back to the equivalent of day 1? I keep hearing rumors about it and it gets me very worried. It has now been 67 days since it was first received. P.S. If you're on an F-1 Visa, in the same situation; don't even bother requesting an expedite. You will be denied right away. If someone could help me figure this out, I'd be very thankful.
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