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Wait time for Re-entry permit application, from the time of submission to the biometric appoint in IRvine, California

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What is the wait time for Re-entry permit application, from the time of submission to the biometric appointment in IRvine, California right now. Some people say its 3 to 4 weeks,

so If I submit the re-entry permit application on may 2, I should get my biometric appointment on June 2.??

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Most processing times are listed on

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I agree.

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Go to Then processing times.

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I agree, USCIS lists approximate processing times on their website. See the link below.

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