|I-102||Application for Replacement/Initial Nonimmigrant Arrival/Departure Record||Initial issuance or replacement of Form I-94||2.5 Months|
|I-130||Petition for Alien Relative||US citizen filing for a spouse, parent, or child under 21||5 Months|
|I-131||Application for Travel Document||All other applicants for advance parole||3 Months|
|I-539||Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status||All other extension applications||2.5 Months|
|I-600||Petition to Classify Orphan as Immediate Relative.||US citizen filing to adopt orphan||2.5 Months|
|I-600A||Application for Advance Processing of Orphan Petition||US citizen who plans to adopt foreign-born child||2.5 Months|
|I-765||Application for Employment Authorization (EAD)||Based on pending I-485 adjustment application [(c)(9)]||3 Months|
|I-765||Application for Employment Authorization (EAD)||All other applications for employment authorization||3 Months|
|I-817||Application for Family Unity Benefits||Voluntary departure under family unity program||6 Months|
|I-90||Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card||Initial issuance or replacement||Dec 3, 2013|
|I-90||Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card||10-year renewal||Dec 3, 2013|
NBC Processing Times: USCIS
The USCIS National Benefits Center serves a unique role within USCIS as part of the Field Operations Directorate. This USCIS Service Center was founded in 2001 in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, and was originally called the Missouri Service Center. This is why NBC receipt notices begin with the letters “MSC.” Below are processing times for the USCIS National Benefits Center as of May 31, 2014, posted by USCIS July 8, 2014.
NBC Processing Times as of May 31, 2014 (USCIS National Benefits Center), Posted by USCIS July 8, 2014
NBC Processing Times
NBC Processing Times is a bit of a misnomer in some cases, as NBC does not determine processing times for I-485 and N-400 applications, which constitute the majority of the NBC’s workload. NBC does not determine processing times for those case types because NBC does not conduct final adjudication of those cases–a USCIS Local Field Office does. So each Local USCIS Field Office determines processing times for Form I-485 and Form N-400 applications. For processing times on N-400 and I-485 applications, please check local USCIS Field Office processing times.