Delayed Production of Work Authorization and Lawful Permanent Resident Cards

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Delayed Production of Work Authorization and Lawful Permanent Resident Cards

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The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) has confirmed that the card production facility in Corbin, KY is undergoing maintenance. For that reason, all card production was transferred to the production facility in Lee’s Summit, MO.

Due to the transfer, Lee’s Summit is experiencing a backlog of cases. As such, many clients are experiencing delays between the approval of their applications for work authorization (I-765) or lawful permanent resident status (I-485) and the production of their card. Clients may now have to wait approximately two to three weeks after the approval of their applications before their card is produced. USCIS plans to have production back on track sometime in September 2015.

See AILA Doc. No. 15082732


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