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  1. -AOS Received date of Feb 26 @ TSC -FP done on 3/8 (early walk-in) -EAD/AP approved on 3/21. Card received on 3/27 I have been waiting for I485 for 7 weeks now since FP. Any idea on how long is the wait these days at TSC?
  2. Update: Got ASC letter today. Biometrics appointment - 3/25. I hope to receive EAD by second/third week of April. Is it safe to quit job after EAD and before I get GC?
  3. My situation: I-140 approved under EB1-EA on Jan 23,2013 I-485 has been filed at Texas service center for my wife and I in week of Feb 25 USCIS has encashed my checks today (March 4) so I know my case has been received In Feb I interviewed with a firm in California and got a job offer from them. I have not accepted the offer yet. I am not able to make a informed decision if I should move from Texas to California for job while my wife continues with her MBA at Dallas. I am concerned about impact on I-485 process that just got started. It will be very helpful if you can advice me. Here are some questions in my mind: - Should I wait for EAD/GC and then switch job? - If I switch, can my wife and I be in different cities (She-Dallas, TX; I - Santa Clara, CA) during I-485 process? - If I switch, what paperwork I need to send to USCIS? - If I switch, will my case move to some other service center (Currently it is filed at Texas service center)? If so, where? - If I switch, will my wife's case continue at Texas service center or will it move to same service center as mine? - Finally, Am I risking my GC by switching jobs during I-485? I really appreciate your inputs. Thank you in advance.
  4. Thank you for your response, Attorney_11. Few things happened since I posted my query on Jan 24. I-485 has been filed at Texas service center for my wife and I in week of Feb 25. USCIS has encashed my checks today (March 4) so I know my case has been received. In Feb I interviewed with a firm in California and got a job offer from them. I have not accepted the offer yet. I am not able to make a informed decision if I should move from Texas to California for job while my wife continues with her MBA at Dallas. I am concerned about impact on I-485 process that just got started. It will be very helpful if you can advice me. Here are some questions in my mind: - Should I wait for EAD/GC and then switch job? - If I switch, can my wife and I be in different cities (She-Dallas, TX; I - Santa Clara, CA) during I-485 process? - If I switch, what paperwork I need to send to USCIS? - If I switch, will my case move to some other service center (Currently it is filed at Texas service center)? If so, where? - If I switch, will my wife's case continue at Texas service center or will it move to same service center as mine? - Finally, Am I risking my GC by switching jobs during I-485? I really appreciate your inputs. Thank you in advance.
  5. Greetings I am based out of Dallas, Texas. On Jan 23,2013 (yesterday) my Eb-1 EA got approved. It was submitted to Texas service center. Hurray!! I looked online for I-485 processing time at different service centers. Texas - May 17,2012 (http://www.************/.html) Nebraska - 4 months (http://www.************/.html) Few questions that I need to get answer to.. 1. As Nebraska has faster processing time, can I apply to Nebraska center although Texas is out of its jurisdiction? 2. I am currently looking for job opportunities in Bay area (as my current job sucks), and let say hypothetically I get a job in Bay area after my I-485 has been submitted to Texas center. How does it impact the process? Does I-485 need to be re-submitted at California service center? 3. Can I move to California and submit I-485 to Nebraska center? Hope someone can give me valuable advice what I should do and what are my best options for fast I-485 processing. thanks in advance!
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