Refugees currently undergo the most rigorous security screening process of anyone who comes to the United States.
AILA Doc No. 01050402 | Dated April 1, 2001
Texas Service Center Processing Time Report
|Date of Cases Pending Initial Adjudication||Number of Cases Pending|
|I-90 Replacement Card||1/8/01||26,778|
|I-102 Replacement of Arrival Document||CURRENT||-|
|I-130 United States Citizen - Visa Number Available||5/25/00||63,312|
|I-131 Advanced Parole||4/1/01||800|
|I-140 Immigrant Worker||9/29/00||9,743|
|I-360 Petition for Widow/Special Immigrant||12/28/00||727|
|I-539 Change/Extend NI Status||8/14/00||20,768|
|I-724 All Waivers||CURRENT||-|
|I-751 Remove Conditions||CURRENT||173|
|I-765 (c)(8) (Initial)||3/6/01||5,409|
|I-765 Employment Authorization - Other||2/21/01||27,169|
|I-817 Family Unity||6/1/98||588|
|I-821 Temporary Protected Status (TPS) (see note)||CURRENT||19,042|
|I-824 Action on Approved Applications/Petitions||10/30/00||1,160|
|I-829 Remove Conditions/Investor||3/19/99||64|
|N-400 Naturalization - Initial Processing||CURRENT|
Because of shifting priorities, workload adjustments, available resources, and a host of other reasons, the Processing Time reflected on your Receipt Notice for any given Application/Petition type may not match the Date of Cases Pending Initial Adjudication.
The large increase in I-821 Number of Cases Pending column reflects a substantial increase in El Salvador cases received at the Texas Service. (549 for Mitch and 19,042 for El Salvador.)
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 01050402.