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  • Isla_miles04
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    Originally posted by SeattleIsShit View Post

    Renewal only took me 2 months, so don't worry
    That's great! Thank you!

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  • SeattleIsShit
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    Originally posted by Isla_miles04 View Post

    Recently submitted my EAD (combo card) renewal package, received by USCIS on July 28, 2020 and got my notice letter last August 4. Does this mean my current EAD is now extended for 180 days? Is there a way of knowing? My current EAD expires on Jan 14, 2021

    Thank you!
    Renewal only took me 2 months, so don't worry

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  • Isla_miles04
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    Originally posted by SeattleIsShit View Post
    Seattle filer for marriage based. Married to US citizen.

    Jan/2019 application received
    April/2019 Case is ready to be scheduled for an interview
    July/2019 EAD received
    Feb/2020 EAD renewed


    About to have my second EAD renewed, still not assigned to any interviews yet. Looks like Seattle field office has paused interviewing people.
    Recently submitted my EAD (combo card) renewal package, received by USCIS on July 28, 2020 and got my notice letter last August 4. Does this mean my current EAD is now extended for 180 days? Is there a way of knowing? My current EAD expires on Jan 14, 2021

    Thank you!

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  • SeattleIsShit
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    Seattle filer for marriage based. Married to US citizen.

    Jan/2019 application received
    April/2019 Case is ready to be scheduled for an interview
    July/2019 EAD received
    Feb/2020 EAD renewed


    About to have my second EAD renewed, still not assigned to any interviews yet. Looks like Seattle field office has paused interviewing people.

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  • SeattleFiller_2019
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    Hi VanC123,

    Same boat here. PD 03/11/2019 "Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview" since 08/03/2019
    Absolutely crazy.

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  • VanC123
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    Originally posted by SeattleFiller_2019 View Post
    Hi everyone!

    Has anyone had the interview in Seattle this past month?
    Hi,

    Priority Date of 12/31/2018. Still pending interview since 2/10/2019.

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  • SeattleFiller_2019
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    Hi everyone!

    Has anyone had the interview in Seattle this past month?

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  • Isla_miles04
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    Originally posted by Isla_miles04 View Post

    Thank you! It's interesting you said September/October 2018 cases have already been approved when the current Receipt Date For A Case Inquiry is January 11, 2018.

    There's a disconnect but it is definitely an encouraging insight, isn't it? Meaning they're already working on cases beyond Sept/Oct 2018.
    Hi there,

    Currently filling up Form I-765 for EAD renewal. How did you answer the "Current Immigration status or category" when you're filling for an EAD renewal? This is Part 2, Question 25 of Form I-765

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  • Maple1020
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    I think the case inquiry date tracks close to the 30month end of the timeframe.

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  • Isla_miles04
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    Originally posted by VanC123 View Post
    See this link for more detail on what the processing time ranges mean. https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/more-info.

    The push to ~8.5 to 30 months looks like it was recent and affected most location. USCIS says that the far end (30 months) is when 93% of cases are complete. I think this also coincides with when you can initiate a case inquiry. In light of the COVID shutdown and pending furloughs, my guess is that this time frame has been pushed back to give USCIS some lead time. I have seen on this and other threads that priority dates of ~ September / October 2018 have been approved prior to the March COVID shutdown.
    Thank you! It's interesting you said September/October 2018 cases have already been approved when the current Receipt Date For A Case Inquiry is January 11, 2018.

    There's a disconnect but it is definitely an encouraging insight, isn't it? Meaning they're already working on cases beyond Sept/Oct 2018.

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  • VanC123
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    See this link for more detail on what the processing time ranges mean. https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/more-info.

    The push to ~8.5 to 30 months looks like it was recent and affected most location. USCIS says that the far end (30 months) is when 93% of cases are complete. I think this also coincides with when you can initiate a case inquiry. In light of the COVID shutdown and pending furloughs, my guess is that this time frame has been pushed back to give USCIS some lead time. I have seen on this and other threads that priority dates of ~ September / October 2018 have been approved prior to the March COVID shutdown.

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  • Isla_miles04
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    Hi Everyone! Glad to see a thread dedicated to Seattle filers! Here's my case:

    Marriage-based AOS (from B2)
    *July 1, 2019 - Marriage to my USC husband
    *Sept 30, 2019 - Priority Date and Receipt Date (I-485, I-130, I-131, I-765)
    *Nov 25, 2019 - I-485 case is "ready to be scheduled for interview"
    *Jan 20, 2020 - EAD combo card arrived in mail

    It stops there. We're still waiting to get an interview schedule. Happy to have the EAD work/travel card (which I have to renew soon) but my heart dropped upon seeing the new processing time for AoS cases in Seattle - 8.5 to 30 months (2.5 years)

    Current "receipt date for a case inquiry" has regressed to Jan 10, 2018. Correct me if I'm wrong but does this mean they're stuck on Jan 2018 applications right now?

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  • piyushjohar
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    No news yet. Below are my dates for reference

    01/29/2019: Priority Date
    02/13/2019: RFE Issued
    02/25/2019: Biometrics Appt. Date
    03/11/2019: RFE Response Submitted
    05/08/2019: Case is ready to be scheduled for interview
    08/01/2019: EAD/AP Approval Date
    08/08/2019: Received EAD/AP card

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  • Maple1020
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    No progress on getting to the interview stage, but I will say my EAD and AP renewals were quick.

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  • meowmeow123
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    Not sure if the USCIS reopened yet but wanted to check in to see if anyone filing with the Seattle office has had any progress/update?

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