What if I have the different address for form I-765 and I-485, will it delay my process?
I've asked our attorney and she says she will get the EAD card, however when I called the USCIS customer service they told me it will come to PO Box. It is been more than 90 days (usual process time) and I am afraid it is delaying our process.
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If your attorney submitted a G-28 and checked the box to have your security/identity documents (such as an EAD or resident card) sent to the attorney, it should go there.
EAD processing times are not 90 days. The requirement for 90 day processing was removed by the I-140 Final Rule.
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