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OPT case: Approved in 61 days (11 days less than average)  (Report this case)
User: sc350511 Nationality: Senegal
Job Offer in Hand While Applying?:yesService Center:Potomac
Application Filed:03 Nov 2017Processing Type:expedited
USCIS Received Date:06 Nov 2017RFE Received?:no
RFE Received Date:Reason for RFE:
RFE Replied Date:Application Status:approved
Approval/Denial Date:03 Jan 2018Card Ordered Date:05 Jan 2018
EAD Received:11 Jan 2018Total Processing Time:61 days
Days Elapsed:University:Ohio University
Case Added to Tracker: 22 Dec 2017 Last Updated: 11 Jan 2018
Notes: I requested Jan 10 for start date, but approval notice and EAD card state start date is Jan 3, 2018.
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Users currently watching this case: a15851, mkamra, sc350511, ddcceebb, wuyangjack
 Posted by a15851 on 11 Jan 2018
Congrats!! How did you expedite?
 Posted by mkamra on 11 Jan 2018
Hi, How did you expedited the process and how many days it took you for whole process?
 Posted by sc350511 on 19 Jan 2018
I requested support from my state senator's office by filling out a request form on the Senator's website. I faxed the form along with my employer's support letter.
 Posted by ddcceebb on 23 Jan 2018
Hi, how many days it took USCIS to approve the Senator's request?
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