Processing Times and Status Checks

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Processing Times for immigration matters vary widely.  The U.S. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of State provide a number of resources available to check on the status of your application.  Click on the appropriate application category to the left to check on average wait times for cases of your type and, for some categories, the status of your individual application.  We also provide resources to check what office you should use to file certain applications and processing times for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests.  You may wish to check back regularly, as these processing times can change.

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Is it possible to be approved for asylum without going for an interview? Some people have said they got A05 category on their EAD yet they have not gone for an interview yet..

Our firm does not file asylum applications. My knowledge in this area is extremely limited.

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I am in the F-3 category - Married sons/daughter of US citizens. How many years does it take for my visa to be approved? brothers and sisters take 10 years but how many years for me ?

The answer to that would depend upon the country of your birth. Check the visa bulletin on a monthly basis to observe the movement of priority dates. http://www.immigration.com/visa-bulletin

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