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    There seems to be no obvious pattern for how long these take but just to
    let those who are`waiting know my AP and EAD E mails came through today
    within 15 minutes of each other. So I am sort of assuming they were pro-
    cessed together.

    I had resigned myself to a Temp EAD and not travelling till Christmas,
    perhaps that is the secret?

    My NoA dates were both the 11th June, so 2 1/2 months give or take.

    Application Type: I765 , APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION

    Current Status:

    On August 23, 2004, after approving your application, we ordered you a
    new card. Your card will be mailed to you as soon as it is ready.

    Application Type: I131 , APPLICATION FOR BCIS TRAVEL DOCUMENT

    Current Status:

    This case has been approved. On August 23, 2004, an approval notice
    was mailed

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    Missouri AP and EAD Processing Times

    There seems to be no obvious pattern for how long these take but just to let those who are`waiting know my AP and EAD E mails came through today within 15 minutes of each other. So I am sort of assuming they were processed together. I had resigned myself to a Temp EAD and not travelling till Christmas, perhaps that is the secret? My NoA dates were both the 11th June, so 2 1/2 months give or take. Application Type: I765 , APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION Current Status: On August 23, 2004, after approving your application, we ordered you a new card. Your card will be mailed to you as soon as it is ready. Application Type: I131 , APPLICATION FOR BCIS TRAVEL DOCUMENT Current Status: This case has been approved. On August 23, 2004, an approval notice was mailed
    It never fails....as soon as you decide you're not going to get it, ta--
    daaaa, there it is! Congratulations!

    Rene

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      Missouri AP and EAD Processing Times

      There seems to be no obvious pattern for how long these take but just to let those who are`waiting know my AP and EAD E mails came through today within 15 minutes of each other. So I am sort of assuming they were processed together. I had resigned myself to a Temp EAD and not travelling till Christmas, perhaps that is the secret? My NoA dates were both the 11th June, so 2 1/2 months give or take. Application Type: I765 , APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION Current Status: On August 23, 2004, after approving your application, we ordered you a new card. Your card will be mailed to you as soon as it is ready. Application Type: I131 , APPLICATION FOR BCIS TRAVEL DOCUMENT Current Status: This case has been approved. On August 23, 2004, an approval notice was mailed
      Congrats!!
      There is no figuring out what system they use to process these things
      huh? My own NOA with MSC or whatever it is known as now is dated May 20,
      2004 & as yet no approval but I applied for Interim EAD today & was iss-
      ued with it immediately so now I have that in my posession maybe I will
      get an approval huh, I think thats what they call Murphys Law but am ha-
      ppy to hear of your approvals!

      Regards
      Shepslady

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