Hi all. I applied to asylum 12 of september. I got first receipt 22 of september that they said they got my application on 16 of september notice and also fingerprint appointment. I did fingerprint appointment.
And i applied already to EAD 18th of february (which is already passed 150 days)
Now 3 of march there is no receipt yet.
How long it takes ?
Should i concern ?
Be patient, it can take more than 30 days for a receipt. They usually don't do anything until it is past 180 days ... even if the law allows you to file at the 150 day mark.
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The recommendation of my distinguished colleague, attorney F. Capriotti has furnished to you is correct. You have to be patient.
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I wouldn't worry about it at this point. You have to give it some time.
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