I applied for TPS I-821 and received an RFE (Request For Evidence) to prove my nationality, continuous presence in U.S. etc...
After Replying my status changed to "Request For Evidence Response Review" which states that i should receive a written decision or written update within 60 days
it's been 135 days and my status hasn't changed nor have i received a decision by USCIS.
I've heard that not receiving a response from them within the 60 days is actually a good thing and means that everything went smoothly and that the proof i sent them satisfied them enough to not send me a denial letter or a 2nd RFE... is this all true?
Should i be expecting approval? Denial? since their 60 days are over... how much longer do you think it will take USCIS to make a decision on my case?
As that is beyond the standard processing time for the case, you should have your attorney file a status inquiry.
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I don't think anyone on this forum can tell you what to expect. We did not file your TPS application and do not know if you met the requirements. If you want to find out the status of your case, call the 800 number or make an infopass appointment.
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I agree with my colleagues. The RFE can act as a guidance - if it was more technical than qucker can be expected and if more issue related longer can be expected.
You should have your attorney contact USCIS for a status report as my college suggests. That way if the file has been in limbo, someone will get it and review
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Generally within 60 days, but there is no statutorily set time.
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