Waiver has no timeline. You can file it as soon as you can.
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No one can predict thar work any degree of accuracy.
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The issuance of the notice to appear is not on a set timeline; file your waiver if you have reason to do so now; consult an attorney
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File your waiver ASAP. don't wait for an NTA. Good luck!.
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