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Jason

Finally At Initial Review

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Hey guys, so I check my USCIS Status this morning and it said that:

On March 19, 2013, we transferred your I765, APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION, to your local USCIS Office for further processing. The new office has jurisdiction over your case and will send you a decision as soon as processing is complete or you will be notified if further information or action is needed. If you move, please use our Change of Address online tool to update your case with your new address.

I'M SO HAPPY!

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Yeah, i got this about a month ago, and it doesn't mean anything. It just means that no one opened your file, or mine, or anyone else's who is on Initial Review for that matter, they just put people on Initial Review status to keep people from calling. A background check does not take more than 4 days, so, someone has got about 10 working days with your file to work on it, and THAT IS PLENTY OF DAYS TO CHECK INFO if you are really working. In reality our files sit there for 6, 7, 8 months with no one touching them. Files arrive and they only open them to check if all the documents are there and to take the money, of course. That is the reason why people get RFE after 4 months that their files are sitting, there, because no one opens them and really checks anything at all. I am really pissed, I know it might sound selfish, but I have seen people here who sent papers on December and January who already received their papers and on the other hand, some people who sent stuff in August and Semptmber haven't head a damn word and when they call, the people at their offices have the audacity to be rude to them and say THEY HAVE TO WAIT. Screw that! Why not just say "We haven't looked at your file and when we do, we will either send you a RFE (now, 5 months later) or put you in the system so you wait another 2 months". Goddamn it, I am just too pissed at applications who were sent later being approved before the ones sent much, much sooner.

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