Discuss gcrut's I-765 USCIS Case

I-765 case: Approved in 158 days (-60 days more than average)
29 Apr 2021
03 May 2021
03 May 2021
04 Oct 2021
04 Oct 2021
158 days
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04 Oct 2021

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Users currently watching this case: gcrut, SmilewithHope, karaoglan 7 Comments

Posted by gcrut
04 Oct 2021 #1
So the H4 was approved on 28th Sept and the H4EAD didn't change at all. We waited for a while and then raised an ER on Oct 1st. Not sure if that helped or not, but the status changed to "New Card Is Being Produced"
Posted by SmilewithHope
07 Oct 2021 #2
First of all congratulations on approval of your applications. My H4, H4 EAD were filed on 4/30/21. Raised an ER, which was denied even though I submitted letter from employer. Congressman
Posted by karaoglan
14 Oct 2021 #3
Congrats! Quick question, on your EAD card what is your valid from date? Is it the date you submit your application or they gave the date they approved your case?
Posted by gcrut
14 Oct 2021 #4
A day after the previous EAD expires. It is a renewal.
Posted by karaoglan
14 Oct 2021 #5
That's great! My wife's work permit expired in July and we've been waiting since April. It means they might issue just like yours, a day after the previous EAD date. Thanks a lot. It's a big relief for us!
Posted by gcrut
15 Oct 2021 #6
If it has already expired, then they might use the approval date. In my case approval date was < expiry date. Hence they used the day after.

In your case the expiry date is < approval date. So they would use that. Does it really matter to you as to what the date is on the card? Is she still wprking?
Posted by karaoglan
15 Oct 2021 #7
Unfortunately it really matters. She still works on her 180 days and we are getting close to the 180th days. If they approve the day we filled which it was before the expiration date, that'd be great. Otherwise she needs to quit soon.

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