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  1. Hi everyone! I have a pending I-485 case and my EAD/AP combo card expires on Sept. 22. We haven’t received any word on our green card interview yet, so we decided to go ahead and submit our EAD/AP renewal applications this month just to be safe. We sent the applications via USPS Priority Mail on May 10 and it was supposed to arrive on May 12. Instead, we received an “In Transit - Arriving Late” update on our tracking page and it has been stuck on that since May 16. We opened a case with USPS last week and did not have any luck getting any updates from them (followed up with them daily). We didn’t want to delay the renewal process further, so we decided to re-send our applications - this time, via UPS Next Day delivery. The moment I got home from the UPS store, I received an email from USPS saying: “Our records show the Priority Mail Item #*** was scanned and distributed to the PO Box unit (60680) May 12, 2021. It is very possible for the item to have been delivered without a scan, if an item is not scanned the tracking will not update. Also, it could take up to 15-30 days for USCIS to send a notification of receipt.” **sigh** It’s still not a definitive answer or a guarantee that the package was, in fact, delivered safely... but now that our second application has been mailed out, is it going to cause any issues down the line if USCIS does indeed have the original application? We included cover letters on our new applications that explained the situation and stated that this was our second attempt at filing these renewals, but I’m not sure what else to do, since we haven’t even received any case notifications. Has anyone been in a similar situation? Thank you!
  2. I was under H1b when I submitted my spouse based green card application. I-485 and I-765 is still in process and with Covid and everything, I'm not exactly sure how long it will take. My company recently got acquired by another company and I'm in desperate need to get a new job. Is there any way, or provision, through which I might be able to work while my I-765 is is still in process? I'm not sure if there are any new exceptions or exemptions in place due to Covid related delays, but I'm hoping to leave no stones unturned.
  3. My EAD was approved and shipped on 4/7 to my attorney's office. It was supposed to be delivered yesterday, but the status changed to "Awaiting Delivery Scan." It further mentions, "The delivery status of your item has not been updated as of April 12, 2021, 09:10 pm. We apologize that it may arrive later than expected." The status has not changed since. Does anyone have any similar experiences? How do I navigate this with USPS and USCIS? I have received EAD/AP approval notices, but not the card. I have seen few horror stories where the card never gets delivered and is lost by USPS.
  4. Today, I finally got a receipt notice of I-765. It was renewal based on C09. I realized that my immigration lawyer wrote my last name wrong. He submitted case inquiry to fix typo error through online. I know having a receipt notice of I-765 automatically extends work permit upto 180 days. But can I still work with receipt notice that has name error? (my EAD is expired.. but if I get 180 days extension I can work) Lawyer said I can but I don't trust him anymore since he made a basic mistake...
  5. So I already have a job in the US on a H1B visa, and it is set to expire in August of this year (about 5 months left). I did my biometrics last month, sent the RFEs for i-485, and I'm basically doing the waiting game at this point. Unfortunately, my I-765 was rejected twice because I put in the wrong category twice, and it twas only accepted in January of this year (I sent it in in November, and USCIS sat on it for ages...) So I think while both applications have a chance of being approved by August, I don't feel confident that either of them will definitely get approved. I'm talking to my employer, and they told me that because I'm Canadian and the H1B quota isn't full, they won't file for an H1B extension (I don't really understand this tbh), and that there might not be another option. I feel like the HR isn't fully informed on i-485, because a google search shows that I can try to expedite my case. The only thing is, I don't think my case is urgent yet since I have 5 months. So I'm just wondering if anyone has experience with the expedite request, when I should file it, or if it's even worth it. Any help or insights would be greatly appreciated!
  6. Hi everyone, I have been searching through this forum and did not find any topics that discussed EAD Expedite cases where USCIS has requested Proof. Share your experience and timeline here so we can get a better idea about how long it takes and what is the success rate. You can track mine in my signature. I requested EAD expedite review under Severe Financial Loss and I provided a letter from my employer to prove it. It has been 9 days since I faxed my letter and no change so far...
  7. Hello, I am on F1 visa (doctoral student). Married to US citizen, filed I-130 and I-765 in August 2020. However, I realized that I need to file I-485 too. Can somebody tell me if we need to submit I-864 Affidavit of Support too? And what are total requirements if I am missing any other requirements then this (I-94, passport pictures, marriage certificate, I-20, joint bank statements, birth certificates, passport copies, visas, receipts of I-765 and I-130. And I-864 now or once I get approval? Aside from that if I need to file something else too to get green card and work authorization? Need help Thanks MBA-098
  8. I'm finally putting together packaged for family based (spouse) adjustment of status as someone that's currently in the US under an E2 visa. I was wondering if anyone is aware that if I should or shouldn't file I-765 as I am authorized to work in the country as a E2 visa holder as long as I stay with the same company, or if I should just file for I-765 anyways.
  9. Hello my wife had her biometrics appointment 2 months ago and still haven’t heard anything about our combo card (AP/EAD) does it normally take this long to receive it ??
  10. TL;DR Timeline for Los Angeles,CA at the bottom of the post. My husband (Nigerian) and I (female U.S. Citizen) met in mid-2019, and began dating in Los Angeles, while he was in the US for the 4th time on a Business Visitor Visa (B1). After a whirlwind romance, and basically being inseparable, we married at a Chapel (in a mall) in Las Vegas in late November 2019. We used https://simplecitizen.com/, instead of a lawyer, to file our initial Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status Petition (I-485), Petition For Alien Relative (I-130), Application for Travel Document (I-131), and Application for Employment Authorization (I-765) in Los Angeles, CA on February 3rd, 2020 (we filed on paper, not electronically, and sent it using UPS to receive tracking). Simple Citizen was an inexpensive and very thorough alternative to a traditional filing with a lawyer. They also easily included our information about using a joint sponsor. They had all of our documents quickly prepared and we experienced no requests for information or delays from USCIS. The Chicago lockbox received our petition on February 5th and we received our receipt numbers via text on February 13th (the physical receipt followed soon after). My husband went in for his biometrics on March 3rd, 2020; a few weeks before the COVID closures began (were also reused for a later biometrics notice that was canceled due to COVID from USCIS). The Case Tracker App updated to “Ready to be Scheduled for an Interview” sometime in April 2020. My husband was approved for his Employment Authorization Document (EAD I-765)/Advance Parole (AP I-131) Combo Card, 5 months after filing on June 29th and received it on July 22nd. We also moved to another apartment in LA during the petition process and promptly informed them of our new address by filling out form AR-11 online. USCIS confirmed our new address through email about a week later. Our interview was scheduled for February 3rd, 2021 (informed it was scheduled via Case Tracker on December 24, 2020 and notice received January 4th, 2021) at the USCIS Field Office in Los Angeles (300 N Los Angeles St rm 7631, Los Angeles, CA 90012). We woke up bright and early at 4:30 AM and left for the Field Office at 6:00 AM. A few days prior, we chose business casual attire to wear. My husband wore a plaid burgundy button-down shirt, black dress pants, his wedding band, and black dress shoes. I wore a pretty blue and gray floral sleeveless blouse, black dress pants, and black flats. I also wore short, dangly silver earrings, my wedding ring, a silver bracelet, and I brought a black blazer just in case I got cold. I didn’t wear any makeup because I never wear it anyway. We had a straightforward and enjoyable interview that was scheduled for 7:15 am (one of the first ones of the day). We received the interview notice about a month prior to the scheduled appointment, but I was notified that it was scheduled 42 days before the actual appointment through the case tracker app. I couldn’t see the actual interview date in the app or on the USCIS system. Case Tracker App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/case-tracker-for-uscis/id921827126 We parked in the garage (221 N Los Angeles St, Los Angeles, CA 90012) across from the Field Office but it was early in the day, parking was not hard at all. When we left the interview and returned to our car the garage was almost completely full, so plan accordingly for parking. We arrived about 20 or 30 minutes late to the interview office due to the long line to enter USCIS Los Angeles in DTLA. We arrived at 6:40 am in the parking garage and had some trouble finding the correct building because we mistakenly went all around the courthouse looking for USCIS, so that delayed us some. This happened because we foolishly followed behind a different couple and lost track of where they walked. This caused us to go to the courthouse instead. Luckily, we still had our phones, which are allowed as long as they are turned off during the interview, and found our way using google maps. Once we found the Field Office the line to enter the building from the right was super long and slow-moving (this was the only line we could see at the time). Later, after already waiting in the slow line, we learned that there was another line on the left, if looking directly at the building, which was faster according to a man we thought was an Officer. I later learned that he was just a good samaritan who wanted to help people with early appointments get in on time (he was in the fast line and had been to this Field Office numerous times). We tested this theory by splitting up to see who would get near the front of the line first and periodically speaking on the phone to keep each other updated on our progress. I also called my mom to distract myself from the growing anxiety about being late (which could lead to a canceled interview/denied petition which then could lead to the deportation of my husband or restarting the whole tedious Petition process-as you could see I was getting frantic). Luckily I was able to stay calm. Soon, my husband called and said he was near the front and I came back to the slow line. As I walked back to join my husband in the other line an Officer in the front of the building also confirmed that the other line was faster (the Officer wanted to know why I was leaving the fast line). The slow line/fast line theory seemed true based on my experience but I went back to join my husband in the slow line because he mistakenly thought he was closer than me. Thankfully, we had absolutely no problems as a result of being late (we both were worried while waiting outside in the line. I was probably more worried though). As you can see the anxiety of being late is no fun. I would recommend you arrive really early to be on the safe side. While going through the metal detectors and having our belongings x-rayed; I asked the Officer what was the fastest way to the USCIS Field Office. He let us know the way and once we got to the office, on the 8th floor, we were called into the interview soon after being checked in. In the interview room, we were sworn in and then started the interview. The Officer (who was a very kind and chatty Latinx woman) wanted to see our passports and original birth certificates, our certified marriage certificate, my husband's EAD and DMV real ID application, my California driver’s license, and evidence of our relationship. Some of the questions she asked were: how we met, describe our first few dates, when we met each other’s parents, when we got married, questions about our siblings, what my husband does for work, what I do for work, when my husband entered the U.S. and on what visa, and when we moved in together. We were able to answer these questions together or she directed them to my husband. In all, she directed most of the questions at my husband and asked us our respective verification questions (SSN, mailing address, residential address, phone number, our parent’s names, and date of birth). I barely had to say anything the entire interview and all of the questions directed at us were easy as pie. We also brought a photo album and the Officer looked through it. I definitely over-prepared for the interview with all the documents and evidence (I started prepping as soon as we got the interview notice on January 4th, 2021). We also brought our joint sponsor’s tax returns and W-2’s from 2018 and 2019, employment letters from 2020 and 2021, and his last 2 month’s pay stubs. The Officer didn’t ask for any of those documents, which made up the bulk of all the things I printed (around 1200 pages). For some of the printing, Staples print services came in handy and I used CVS to print the pictures. The only thing the Officer asked us about our sponsor was how we knew him (he is a friend of my husband; they met through a previous contracting job). I also re-printed our entire Adjustment of Status application, but better to be too prepared than under right? The Officer looked at/kept roughly 100 pages of the stuff I brought. The Officer kept the evidence of our relationship (bank statements, health insurance, trips, our pandemic puppy’s AKC and ICA registration which showed both of our last names, leases for the 2 apartments we rented in our time together, SoCal Gas and LADWP utility bills for the past 3 months, renters insurance for both apartments, couples therapy bill and video call screenshots, and about 30 photos of us with descriptions and dates on the back of them. We also provided pictures of our 2 apartments. The Officer said she wanted to copy our passports, my husband’s EAD and DMV Real ID application, and my driver’s license. Then she came back with our approval letter! We are so happy and had a really simple Adjustment of status overall! The main issue was delays due to COVID closures but everyone has been dealing with that. Overall the waiting process has been, coincidentally, exactly a year (we sent in the petition on February 3rd, 2020 and we were approved Feb 3rd, 2021)! My husband sent in his medical exam (I-693) with our original petition in 2020 so that most likely allowed us to be approved during the interview. We are getting the conditional Green Card so we will apply for the 10-year green card (I-751 Petition) 3 months before the 2 year Green Card expires in November 2022. my thoughts to you is not to worry (easier said than done, I was worrying basically the entire process). As long as you are in a real, loving marriage everything will be fine. Just be sure to have all the documents, evidence, and original (non-expired) identification (follow the interview notice carefully). Don't be afraid to over-prepare (start preparing as soon as or before you get the interview notice so that you won’t get overwhelmed) and don't try to rehearse your answers, as that may send red flags. Also, take a ton of pictures of you and your spouse with family, friends, pets, in your home, on trips, and doing activities and print them (you can’t use any digital methods to show the pictures). Be sure to keep the pictures sorted so that you can use them in an album, with dates and descriptions. I got my album from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003WSUYOY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_itW1xSYVBpCqo) Wait patiently for the slow process to progress and eventually the interview notice will appear (make sure you have a secure location to receive the notices, we have a PO Box at UPS). Using https://www.visajourney.com/ was an especially helpful and reliable way to see when you may have petition milestones as everyone updates their timelines depending on the type of petition they are filing. Be sure to update your timeline on visajourney too so that you can help others. The subreddits r/USCIS and r/immigration were also good resources to read about other people's experiences and keep up with the latest immigration news. In the interview, just act natural and look at it like a conversation/sharing the journey of your relationship/marriage with the Officer. I hope this post helped to ease some of your anxiety about this process and I wish you all the best! TL;DR Timeline for Los Angeles,CA: Married in Las Vegas: 11/22/19 Sent in Petition via UPS (I-485, I-130, I-131, I-765 and included Medical Exam I-693): 2/3/20 Petition Received at Chicago Lockbox (notified via Case Tracker App): 2/5/20 Receipt Numbers Texted to Us : 2/13/20 Receipt Numbers Received by Mail: 2/20/20 Biometrics Appointment Notice Received: 2/25/20 Biometrics (also reused for later biometrics notice that was canceled due to COVID): 3/3/20 Case Tracker App Updated to "Ready to be Scheduled for an Interview": Sometime in April 2020 EAD (I-765)/AP Combo Card (I-131) Approved, notified via Case tracker App: 6/29/20 EAD/AP Combo Card Received: 7/22/20 Case Tracker App Updated to Interview Scheduled: 12/24/20 Interview Date Notice Received in Mail: 1/4/21 Interview/Approval of I-485 (approved in interview, coincidentally, exactly a year later): 2/3/21 Conditional Green Card Received: I will update when it arrives
  11. So i applied for me ead renewal a bit late, i have been struggling to find work due to covid and have been very stressed trying to find a job and i just didn't relize how close the date was My ead expires tomorrow and i have not recieved confirmation, it was recieved by the phoenix az drop box at the end of december. I am panicking because my wife and I (here on K-1) have already ran through most of our savings and are struggling to make ends meet, i have been working part time roles to fill my time but i won't be able to do that without an ead. essentially my question is will I recieve the 180 day grace period when i can still work even if uscis don't actively look at my case because they recieved it before the expiration of my ead
  12. Hi everyone, I finally had my biometrics appointment yesterday, it's a relief to finally see some movement after being unable to work for the past 5 months! Getting ready to submit an expedite request for my EAD so looking for some advise from anyone that has had success: 1) What did you submit as evidence? I have a job offer that's being finalized so will be able to provide that. Did you also need to provide evidence of financial loss? I haven't been able to work since July, so I can show evidence of having to take money out of my savings but was wondering if there was anything else people have provided? Did anyone estimate the income that they would have received had they been able to work over the past months? 2) What did you include in your cover letter? Just trying to work out how much detail needs to be included Any help/advise would be very much appreciated! Thanks and good luck to everyone!
  13. Hello, I'm in a weird situation: Four years ago I travelled to the US under a J visa for a university exchange. While I was at my exchange university, I got a social security card so I could work part time for the school as an intramural soccer referee. I returned to the US a couple of years later for my Masters under a F-1 visa and I used that same social security to again work for the school I was at part-time. I'm now in the US again after marrying my beautiful wife and currently waiting for my AOS and I-765 to be approved. But I have been offered a job. Can I use that social security card to work for this company? The card is 'active', and according the Social Security Administration the card is eligible for employment, but am I?
  14. Please share your NOA timelines and experience.
  15. We got the biometrics appointment letter in the mail today, it says it’s only in reference to the I-485 and the I-765 though. Will we need to go to another biometrics appointment for the I-131? Thanks!
  16. I (US citizen) posted earlier about our AOS packet being rejected due to a couple mistakes (outdated 765 form, checked a wrong box on the 485). Before sending the first time, I made a complete copy of the entire packet. So I have that as well as the forms and evidence pages that were returned to me. I’m wondering should we resubmit any of the copies that were sent back to us? Or should we use brand new copies of everything? Obviously I’ll submit the corrected versions of the forms, but I’m talking about the additional information (financial info, passport and birth certificate scans, etc). I also had cover letters for each form, which my husband (the beneficiary) signed. Do I need to have him re-sign those with a new date as well?
  17. I'm going to try asking this again in a clearer way. We have to resubmit our AOS packet - some of it was correct, like the I864, but others needed corrections (the I485 had an error, the I765 was outdated, and we now have to include the I944). Do I resubmit brand new copies of everything? Or do I submit a mix of the corrected forms plus whatever was sent back to us that was correct (i.e. the 864, extra evidence/copies of passports etc - which have a bunch of numbers printed on the bottom by USCIS)?
  18. So, we just got our AOS packet back after a month due to a couple errors on our end. We sent it the first time on Sept. 9, and between then and now there have been tons of changes with fees, forms needed, etc. One of those changes is that we now have to send the I-765 to Phoenix, rather than Chicago. The I-485 still goes to Chicago. My question is, how can we file these concurrently if they're going to different places? It says that you don't have to pay the fee for the 765 if you file it together with the 485. Or, to file the 765 afterward, you must have proof that your 485 is pending (so that would be the I-797). I also read somewhere that they have debundled the fees, so people actually do have to pay both fees now... but the instructions on the 765 still say that you can be exempt from the filing fee if you've filed your 485. Is there a way we can file these forms at the same time? Or do we need to file the 485, wait for the 797, and THEN file the 765 after that for the fee to be waived? Or do we have to pay full fee for both forms now..?
  19. I'm in the midst of one of those Kafkaesque beurocratic nightmares you often hear about in relation to USCIS: My EAD was set to expire in August, so in around May about 90 days before I applied for a renewal. I filled in the I-765 form and ticked the box for 'renewal'. I didn't include any fees as I'm in AoS so have already paid. In August, about 2 weeks before my work permit expires (not that it matters as I'm currently laid off due to COVID) it was returned rejected because I didn't pay the fee and had apparently used an outdated version of the form. I printed out another copy of the form and returned it again with a letter telling them I had already paid (they did this to me last time) and a copy of my payment receipt just in case they somehow still couldn't see it on my file. I also informed them the version of the form I was submitting was the current version from their website, which was outdated but I had always heard "just use whatever is the most recently available version on their website". Anyway, it's now mid-September and I finally received an envelope from USCIS - not my updated work permit card as I had imagined, but yet ANOTHER rejection telling me the form is outdated. Now when I go to the website there is finally a new version of the I-765 form, but I shouldn't be penalised because there was no newer version of the form available when I applied, should I? What can be done in this situation to avoid having to wait ANOTHER three months for them to get their act together and own up to their mistakes? Should I wait on hold for hours to their call centre or is it not worth it? Should I just accept that USCIS couldn't pour piss out of a boot with the instructions written on the heel and re-submit the now available current version of the form??
  20. Hello everyone I've been married with US citizen for over 3 years and am applying Family-based Green Card now. My current status is E-2 visa and the E-2 visa will be expired in Dec. 2021. I'd also like to apply I-765 (Application for Employment Authorization) together just in case, in order not to lose my work permission in USA before receiving Green Card. (I won't get extended E-2 visa from my employer after Dec. 2021.) Here is my question. Part 2, question 27 in I-765 is about eligible category. I'm looking at the instruction and "Who May File Form I-765". But, I cannot find my category (E-2 visa). Which one should I have to select ? Any advise would be most appreciated. Thank you and have a nice labor day weekend !!
  21. So after waiting 6.5 months I received an RFIE for my I-485 based on wrong version of my birth certificate. I filed Jan 5th 2018. Received RFIE end of June. Sent response to which they received 7th July 2018. I raised an inquiry into my i-765 as I've been waiting 6.5 months now. Today they sent me a letter back to day I'm in normal time because my clock has been reset back to 0! After 6.5 months I have to do this whole wait all over again!!!!!!? Anyone else had experience with an RFIE so long after your PD and how it affected your EAD/AP?!
  22. Hi Everyone, I'm becoming very impatient! I have a job offer and I need to start working from 22nd January. Can you guys help me to get an idea when my EAD should be approved by? Case is with National Benefit Center (MSC). 08/30/17 -- Filed I-765 and I-485 09/25/17 -- BIO Completed // 11/15/17 -- Called USCIS, got a referral number, no feedback received 12/05/17 -- Called USCIS, got a referral number, no feedback received 01/08/18 -- Called USCIS, escalated case to Tier 2, then escalated to Tier 2 Supervisor who told me she would call back in a few days, still waiting... On the USCIS tracker it only shows "Fingerprint Fee was received" since 09/12/17 for I-485; and "Case was received" since 09/07/17 for I-765. Its been 134 days!
  23. We filed AOS a month ago with I-485, I-130, I-131, I-765, I-864, & I-944, and paid $1760. Got a rejection letter in the mail saying the I-765 form is outdated (that one's on me) and "the payment amount is incorrect, or has not been provided." But I thought if you're filing I-765 together with I-485 as part of AOS, there isn't a separate fee? I filed an I-765 a few years ago for my F-1 OPT, but since that was under a totally different category, my I-765 this time is still considered an application for an initial EAD, correct? Has anyone had the same issue?
  24. Greetings community, My name is Juan and I come from Brazil. I have gotten my bachelor's degree in business and I graduated on May 9th. I have sent my application for OPT on June 26th and I got a response on July 2nd that they received. Unfortunately today 07/24/2020 I got a notification from USCIS that says "due to insufficient funds my application was rejected". I just ran out of the 60 day grace period to apply for OPT. The issue is that I did have money for my application and my financial institution said that I did not have enough funds to pay for the fee even though I do. I wonder if I can reapply even though my 60 day grace period is over or if there’s anyone I should talk to about my bank’s mistake. To whom should I talk, what should I do, how can I appeal this case, how can I reapply, how can we fix this situation. Please, anything would be of huge help!!! Thanks a lot, community! Please reach me out
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