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Current I-485 Processing Time for Family-Based Adjustment of Status

I-485 Processing Time for Family-Based

I-485 Processing Time for Family-Based

The following table shows the I-485 processing time for family-based adjustment of status. It is based on how long it took USCIS to complete 80% and 100% of cases over the past six months.


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To begin, locate your field office by entering your zip code on the USCIS office field locator. Then, use the table below to see the processing time for your field office.



The current processing date indicates when the majority of I-485 applications are approved at the specified field office. It provides a rough estimation and should be considered as a reference point only.


If an applicant's priority date is not earlier than the applicable visa available cut-off date published in the Visa Bulletin, their adjustment of status application cannot be approved until a visa is available to the applicant based on their priority date, preference category, and country of chargeability.



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