=> Applied for EAD for my wife during end of March => Submitted change of address [AR-11] in mid of May [it happened on same day when we moved to new place. We also informed post office to have our mails forwarded to new address] => Same week called USCIS since we didn't receive I797C till date => End of May received photocopy of I797C and got to know that Bio appoinment was missed since we never received original one => Sent appointment rescheduling request on next day => Received RFE on next day => Submitted RFE Response on first week of June => No response by end of June so took infopass apoinment on first week of July => Received letter that we should hear in 60 days of RFE response => 6o days over, called USCIS - no proper answer - asked us to wait for 2 more weeks. => No response ye
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