Quote from Silverdragon102
depends where your file is, if at Nebraska and looking at the thread offering approx guidelines you are looking at approx 6-10 months roughly if filed at Texas they are moving a lot faster, unfortunately you don't have a choice where the file ends up but you can tell by the letters beginning of your receipt number
I'm here on EAD. My file is with Texas. I noticed in the USCIS case status my I-140 was received November 1st 2006. They are now processing September 2006. Meaning?
The I-485 the same thing - received 11/01/2006 and at present processing 09/13/2006. I noticed the last update on the file was dated today. Meaning?
According to the attorney they have not requested visascreen yet. Still with her. I would like to think I need not doubt her.
My concern is - and I apologise if I'm asking a question already answered somewhere on the forum. This retrogression situation - how does it affect the AOS processing? I'm so tired of hearing rumours *I think this is how it is but ... you know my friend in the XXX said that the XXX... and she's been waiting for XXX...*
My attorney says she has not received notifications of delayed processing.
I'm getting antsy because things at work have changed somewhat. There was a huge change in systems in the beginning of the year, which led to a large number of nurses resigning from their posts. We are completely relying on travelers and chronically short of staff resulting in having 5-6 patients per RN. We no longer have techs or LVN. I cannot remember the last time I was able to have lunch and carry my stash of carbs in my pocket. The pay is great but It's all spiralling out of control and frankly I want to get out before I lose my license.