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  • Originally posted by Prince Ali View Post
    I tried to contact to a senator but got no reply at all. About 25 days ago I filled the online request for help and filled privacy release form and sent it to his dedicated email for immigration matters but I have not listened back from him so far.
    lets see.
    May 2019 filer at TSC.
    I may contact congressman again. Atleast they reply promptly.
    My Husband filed in May 2019 too and trying to reach out Senator but not getting any response. not sure what to do.

    God please help us all!

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    • Is there possibility to apply for a job in my career and get hired if my EAD card expired ?

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      • Originally posted by al3moudi View Post
        Is there possibility to apply for a job in my career and get hired if my EAD card expired ?
        yes if you applied or have unrestricted ssn number . the ssn and driver lisence are enough to prove that you can work legally when you apply to somewhere .see this link

        https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/...er-version.pdf
        Last edited by lordofmovers; 03-03-2021, 06:18 AM.

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        • Hi, has anybody been reschedule biometric appiontment after reusing previous fingerprints?
          It seems stuck for us who reuse previous fingerprints. No any update.

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          • Originally posted by Goldbear in CA View Post
            Hi, has anybody been reschedule biometric appiontment after reusing previous fingerprints?
            It seems stuck for us who reuse previous fingerprints. No any update.
            Did you apply in NSC? I’m still waiting my case to be updated, it’s been 230 days now

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            • Has anybody been able to get in touch a uscis representative over the phone lately? If so, please what is the process? What do you say to the robot so that you can be routed to a live person?

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              • Originally posted by hello5 View Post
                Has anybody been able to get in touch a uscis representative over the phone lately? If so, please what is the process? What do you say to the robot so that you can be routed to a live person?
                when talking to the computer say you want to update info and it will connect you to a live agent right away

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                • Originally posted by al3moudi View Post

                  Did you apply in NSC? I’m still waiting my case to be updated, it’s been 230 days now
                  Yes. NSC 07/17/2020 fingerprints were taken. 230 days.
                  same boat with you.

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                  • Originally posted by Goldbear in CA View Post

                    Yes. NSC 07/17/2020 fingerprints were taken. 230 days.
                    same boat with you.
                    Lucky you, we have been waiting more than 700 days here at TSC

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                    • Originally posted by luckycharm4111 View Post

                      Lucky you, we have been waiting more than 700 days here at TSC
                      we didn't get approved yet to call us lucky

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                      • Originally posted by luckycharm4111 View Post

                        Lucky you, we have been waiting more than 700 days here at TSC
                        So what are the thoughts about TSC do you believe there will be an improvement in processing times?
                        And if you are thinking positively in how many months are you expecting the improvement?

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                        • Originally posted by al3moudi View Post

                          we didn't get approved yet to call us lucky
                          Soon it will be, NSC is far better and faster than TSC

                          I have seen lot of cases got decision between 4months - 2 years at NSC

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                          • Originally posted by Leonardi View Post
                            So what are the thoughts about TSC do you believe there will be an improvement in processing times?
                            And if you are thinking positively in how many months are you expecting the improvement?
                            I don’t know, thought it will get better but it is getting worst at TSC.

                            Even though they keep on changing the processing times all the time but I don’t see Asylees getting their I485 approved especially at TSC when there is no need of any interview needed compared to other I-485 categories.

                            It looks like they are delaying intentionally for asylees.......

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                            • Originally posted by luckycharm4111 View Post

                              I don’t know, thought it will get better but it is getting worst at TSC.

                              Even though they keep on changing the processing times all the time but I don’t see Asylees getting their I485 approved especially at TSC when there is no need of any interview needed compared to other I-485 categories.

                              It looks like they are delaying intentionally for asylees.......
                              The fastest way to access the final decision is class action lawsuit against USCIS
                              I guess USCIS would not show evidence and the true reason in the court. It possibly will reaches agreement with the plaintiffs and gives decision in 60-90 days before court.
                              It would not like to expose their work in disorder and slow pace.

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                              • Originally posted by Goldbear in CA View Post

                                The fastest way to access the final decision is class action lawsuit against USCIS
                                I guess USCIS would not show evidence and the true reason in the court. It possibly will reaches agreement with the plaintiffs and gives decision in 60-90 days before court.
                                It would not like to expose their work in disorder and slow pace.
                                Do you plan to sue USCIS? There are many people got approval after they sue Uscis. But, I don’t know when we can take this action since there is no processing time for NSC.

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