Discuss njcdn's I-765 USCIS Case

I-765 case: Approved in 78 days (21 days less than average)
new application
07 Jan 2009
08 Jan 2009
08 Jan 2009
26 Mar 2009
02 Apr 2009
78 days
30 Nov -0001
03 Apr 2009
-called USCIS on day 76 re: I765. EADs coincidentally issued that same day!

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Posted by jesussaves
03 Apr 2009 #1
Posted by njcdn
03 Apr 2009 #2
Thanks - was obviously happy to get this! Any luck yet?
Posted by jesussaves
03 Apr 2009 #3
no..only 26 days..FP on apr 8
Posted by wipame
06 Apr 2009 #4
Hi congratulations!!! when did you have a fingerprints? how long time between the fingerprints and the approval notice? did you actually talk with them on day 76? who was calling the USCIS you or a lawyer? I am asking because I am now o day 64 , and I am thinking if I can call them on day 75 or it should be done by the lawyer, also I don't know who to call and what to say. Can you help me?
Posted by njcdn
07 Apr 2009 #5
Hi - had FP on Jan 30 (received Jan 8). Card processed on March 26. I called them on day 75 & was to told to call back after 75 d (ie. on day 76). Called on d 76, the issued an SR notifying that the case was approaching deadline. Coincidentally or not, cards were produced that day. Also had an RFE on my I-140 on that day. I called them myself (with receipt number - took a while to get through all menus), my contact to lawyers (company deals with them only) was on vacation, and I needed an answer on something.

This is form that I found the info about 75 d...

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Call Customer Service at: 1-800-375-5283…

If more than 75 days have passed since you filed Form I-765,
Application for Employment Authorization, and there are no
public advisories from USCIS (published on the USCIS website)
that affect your case type;

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