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  • gtaid1
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    Hi Guys,

    I'm going to apply for I-485 as an asylee. I already have asylum EAD (A05) that is valid till Feb 2021.

    1- Should I apply for another EAD same time as I'm applying for green card? If so, would this be under A05 category again?
    2- If I don't apply for EAD now, can I apply later when current EAD is about to expire and will it be free?

    Thanks in advance.

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  • Asylee Expert
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    UPDATED: Asylum offices and Application Support Centers will remain closed through May 3, 2020 unless further extended.

    In an effort to protect our employees and communities, on March 18 we temporarily suspended providing in-person services at all of our offices. Our field offices, asylum offices and Application Support Centers will remain closed through May 3, unless further extended.

    We will continue operations and services that do not require in-person contact with the public. For more information visit https://www.uscis.gov/coronavirus
    We will contact affected applicants and petitioners with instructions to reschedule appointments. Find more info on office closures and rescheduling appointments here: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/uscis-office-closings

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  • Asylee Expert
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    ALERT: As of March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services temporarily suspended in-person services at its field offices, asylum offices, and Application Support Centers (ASCs) to help slow the spread of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). USCIS offices will reopen on April 7 unless the public closures are extended further. However, USCIS will provide emergency services for limited situations. To schedule an emergency appointment contact the USCIS Contact Center.

    Visit CoronaVirus.gov for a complete list of CDC travel health notices.

    Learn about the Department of Homeland Security’s response.

    I have attached the link below!

    https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/uscis...-2019-covid-19

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  • bachelor
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    I'm from NYC and applied for Green Card in March 2018. There hasn't been any update on my case since July when it was transferred to Texas Service Center for faster processing as they said. Still waiting for decision. I'm assuming my medical records have just expired so I'm wondering if I should do anything or would they notify me? I guess know one knows anything though with this coronavirus thing going on.

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  • Jasmine22
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    Hey Guys!

    I hope this message finds you well and safe during these uncertain times.

    I hope you guys were able to keep your jobs, as I was laid off last Friday, and feeling extremely anxious, applying for jobs and trying to find a solution.

    How are you guys doing? Were you able to stay stable with this matter?

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  • makyo
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    Originally posted by fgzn View Post

    Actually I do, and saw person who has applied in September 2019 one month before i did, without medical documents, so i thought at this point I should have received at least RFE? I might be wrong thought.
    Yes, you are wrong. Someone who has applied before you getting approved doesn't mean you should have gotten a response. Its not a linear process. Every case is processed separately in their own timelines. You can call and this is what they will tell you as mentioned before.

    Did you pay for EAD card? Mine is expiring soon that has been sent with case approval, need to apply to the new one in a few weeks
    I applied for a new EAD together with my i-485. It took 4 months to receive the new card. I did not pay extra for it.

    Read more of this thread and the USCIS processing times webpage to get an idea about the timelines. And be patient like the rest of us

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  • fgzn
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    Originally posted by makyo View Post
    Here is my timeline:

    September 2018 - Asylum Approved
    October 9, 2019 - i-485 application was received by Nebraska Service Center
    November 20, 2019 - Fingerprints applied to the case.
    February 2020 - Received Travel Document
    March 23, 2020 - Received new EAD
    Did you pay for EAD card? Mine is expiring soon that has been sent with case approval, need to apply to the new one in a few weeks

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  • fgzn
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    Originally posted by edu323 View Post

    Dude, it hasn’t even been 6 months. After biometrics, you’re in the background check phase. Processing times for NSC is 7-28.5 months as of today. If you call, they’ll tell you the same thing. No need to waist your time. Be patient and stay safe!
    Actually I do, and saw person who has applied in September 2019 one month before i did, without medical documents, so i thought at this point I should have received at least RFE? I might be wrong thought.

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  • luckycharm4111
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    Originally posted by Sunny1122 View Post
    They closed for one to one meetings and interviews but I belive they working on pending applications which only need paper works decisions
    I hope you are right but no one is getting any updates from the TSC even for the older cases from 2018, forget about 2019 cases

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  • Sahiaman
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    I filed in may 2018,and i m still waiting ☹️

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  • Sahiaman
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    Originally posted by Jasmine22 View Post

    I haven't heard of any 2019 applicants to be approved ever since. After reading many messages on this forum, I've noticed that the last approved were probably from July 2018..Correct me If I'm wrong and If any later applicant got approved by TSC.

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  • Sunny1122
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    They closed for one to one meetings and interviews but I belive they working on pending applications which only need paper works decisions

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  • luckycharm4111
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    Wow, Is it true?

    Texas Service Center (TSC) is closed?
    Attached Files

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  • makyo
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    Here is my timeline:

    September 2018 - Asylum Approved
    October 9, 2019 - i-485 application was received by Nebraska Service Center
    November 20, 2019 - Fingerprints applied to the case.
    February 2020 - Received Travel Document
    March 23, 2020 - Received new EAD

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  • makyo
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    Originally posted by fgzn View Post
    Benn following this forum for a while. Need some advice..

    October 2018 Asylum approved;
    October 2019 Application for i485 received by Nebraska SC;
    November 13 Fingerprints applied to application i485. Since then nothing. Should I call and make inquiry regarding the case?
    Oh wow, you sound like you haven't read any of this thread. There are people who have been waiting for years... You might get a response soon though, I'm waiting too.

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