Why does USCIS take such a long time to process an application for employment authorization (form i-765)?
Asking a "why" question about the government will likely never get you the answer you want.As a special request, I will humbly speculate as to the reason why a government agency takes X period of time to do Y.As a general answer, which can probably be applied to any government agency, the agency has a finite number of resources (only so many dedicated staff members) who must therefore (thoroughly) review and approve/deny/request more evidence with regards to each application/petition received.The three months it takes for USCIS to process an EAD application for F1 students on STEM/OPT is actually on par with all other EAD application types. In fact, USCIS, for the past few years, has been fairly consistent and reliable w/ the processing times for EADs in general.USCIS employs a dedicated team of officers to review certain types of applications/petitions. I can only speculate that because each officer has a massive number of applications/petitions to review, it takes approximately three months for the life cycle of an F-1 student's EAD application to be complete, assuming all the required documentation has been submitted.IMHO, three months is remarkably fast.
What is the process to fill out the CISF recruitment 2018 application form?
Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Job Notification:Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) invited applications for the 519 posts of Assistant Sub-Inspector post. The eligible candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format on or before 15 December 2018.Important Date:Last date of receipt of application by the Unit Commanders: 12 December 2018Last date of receipt of application by respective Zonal DIsG: 22 December 2018Written examination: 24 February 2019
How much time does i-765 takes to get approved?
I’m not sure what type of I-765 you filed (L-2 dependent? H-4 dependent?) and with which service center. You can find the processing times for the Vermont Service Center here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/proc... and the California Service Center here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/proc...*I am not an attorney. Please do not misconstrue the above as legal advice.*