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Check Case Processing Times

Select your form number and the office that is processing your case

For more information about case processing times and reading your receipt notice, visit the Case Processing Times page.

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Estimated time range
See table below

This time range is how long it is taking USCIS to process your case from the date we received it. We generally process cases in the order we receive them, and we will update this page each month. The estimated time range displayed is based on data captured approximately two months prior to updating the page. Please note that times may change without prior notice.

We have posted a “Receipt date for a case inquiry" in the table below to show when you can inquire about your case. If your receipt date is before the “Receipt date for a case inquiry", you can submit an “outside normal processing time” service request online.

  1. Notes
  2. Processing delay at Vermont Service Center
  1. Notes
  2. If any information on your notice is not correct, including an address change, or you have questions about your case you can connect with the USCIS Contact Center at If you are in the United States or a U.S. territory, you can call the USCIS Contact Center at 800-375-5283.
  1. ALERT: In general, USCIS will first process Form I-526 petitions for investors for whom a visa is available or soon to be available. Processing times for Form I-526 are typically based on an analysis of the completed cases for the prior month.

  1. Notes
  2. You may be a member of the class action,
    Rosario v. USCIS
    , Case No. C15-0813JLR, if USCIS does not adjudicate within 30 days your initial (first) Form I-765,
    Application for Employment Authorization
    , based on your pending asylum application, AND:
    • You are a member of either CASA de Maryland (CASA) or the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) and are entitled to limited relief under the injunction in
      CASA de Maryland Inc. et al. v. Chad Wolf et al.
      ; or
    • You filed your Form I-765 before Aug. 21, 2020, and it has not yet been adjudicated.
    Please see the webpage for further information about the
    class action and how to investigate the status of your employment authorization application.
    USCIS has updated the method for determining I-765 processing times to provide more precise information to the public. As part of this update, we are providing processing times for additional I-765 sub-types. For more information about this updated method, please visit the
    Case Processing Times
  1. Notes
  2. In light of the lower volume of filings for Form I-914, we provide processing times based on the prior three months of completed cases in order to provide more representative data.
  1. Estimated time range

    Form type

    Receipt date for a case inquiry

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Form type Details
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