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Significant Delays in EAD and Advance Parole Adjudication at USCIS

August 31, 2010

Applicants waiting to receive EAD and/or Advance Parole card/approvals are experiencing delays.  Almost all USCIS Service Centers are taking three (3) months for processing these applications.  Since these applications could be filed 120 days prior to expiration, it is prudent to file an EAD and/or an AP application at least 110-120 days before the expiration or if seeking an EAD or AP for the first time.  It is important to note that applicants who filed a renewal EAD application and have an expired EAD are not authorized to work and should not work.  Doing so will be considered unauthorized employment and could result in penalties and cancellation of immigration benefits.

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