I did my biometrics for my I-131 yesterday. How long can I expect to wait until my travel document is issued? is it a matter of weeks? or months?
The travel document is usually in your mailbox within 2-3 months after receipt of your application at USCIS. Be patient. It won't be long after biometrics.
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You should get it soon. How long ago did you file the I-131? It should be in your mailbox within 90 days of filing.
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Be patient. It should only be a few more weeks.
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