Are EB-5 investors being singled out for I-765 and I-131 processing now that concurrent filing is allowed? - EB5Investors.com

Are EB-5 investors being singled out for I-765 and I-131 processing now that concurrent filing is allowed?

My EB-5 I-526 was filed on March 3, 2022. The I-485, along with I-765 and I-131, was received by USCIS on April 25. In the case of other visas, the biometrics appointment is scheduled within a few weeks, but I have been waiting for four months now. Are other EB-5 investors experiencing similar delays? What are my options to prompt USCIS to hasten the processing of my EAD and travel document?

Answers

Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Immigration Attorneys
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All EADs and advance paroles have been very slow. The good news is they are improving with the EADs, but sadly, the advance parole applications remain hopelessly backlogged.

Lynne Feldman

Lynne Feldman

Immigration Attorneys
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They are taken in order along with all other cases filed at that Service Center. If you fit one of the expedite criteria you can request that on one or the other. Generally, work cards are coming much quicker than the travel permits as they have not separated them.

Stephen Berman

Stephen Berman

Immigration Attorneys
Answered on

CIS is taking over a year in all 485s to process the EAD.

Matthew T Galati

Matthew T Galati

Immigration Attorneys
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Mandamus. It has been extremely effective on EAD delays lately, although past performance does not guarantee future results.

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