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    I filed the waiver at San Jose, CA.

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    just curious where did you file your waiver?

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    Thanks for your info. I went to the INS Sub Office today to renew my EAD. I inquire about the status of my application and they told me that I have to wait ten weeks from now. So, the processing time is quite fast. It takes less than a year since I filed it on Aug. 2002.

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    I think the processing time varies somewhat according to the processing center. Mine will be processed at an embassy, but they told me that the average processing time is about a year, but sometimes takes longer, and that I should therefore expect to wait about a year to a year and a half to hear a response.

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    I send a waiver because the Immigration Officer told me to accomplish the I-601 and mail it back to them. I'm just wondering why they did not send me any letter and also a receipt for the application fee I paid for. So, it's almost 7 months since I filed the I-601. Normally, how long is the processing time for this? My work permit expired already so I renewed it since I don't have my temporary green card yet.

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    They received it on Aug. 08, 2002 based on the return receipt that I have. They never send me a word about it until now. It's a good thing I posted it by Certified Mail otherwise I would not know if they got it or not.

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    aquarius

    why did you sent a waiver ?? usually when the AOS is denied they sent you a letter after the interview to let you know that you need one..did the INS tell you that ??? and why ???

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    when do they acknowledge having received it?

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    I enter the US on a visitor's visa then I got married with my fiance. I filed I-485 and I had my interview on July 2002 but then we find out that my passport was stamped with NO AOS/NO COS which means no Adjustment of Status or Change of Status so we filed for I-601 which is the Waiver. I mailed the I-601 on August 7, 2002 but I haven't received any Acknowledgement Receipt until now though I have my receipt from the Post Office because I send it by Certified Mail. How would I know the status of my application? I even wrote a follow up letter on December 2002 but I got no reply. What's the best thing to do?

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    I enter the US on a visitor's visa then I got married with my fiance. I filed I-485 and I had my interview on July 2002 but then we find out that my passport was stamped with NO AOS/NO COS which means no Adjustment of Status or Change of Status so we filed for I-601 which is the Waiver. I mailed the I-601 on August 7, 2002 but I haven't received any Acknowledgement Receipt until now though I have my receipt from the Post Office because I send it by Certified Mail. How would I know the status of my application? I even wrote a follow up letter on December 2002 but I got no reply. What's the best thing to do?
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