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Dear Editor:

I saw the recent change in the processing time for I-485 Asylee cases. It is for the first time under 500 days. However, the reality is diffrent from what you published in your site.

I have applied my I-485 adjsutment of status two years and 6 months ago based on my approved asylum application. I have not heard anything from INS. I saw the processing times for Nebraska and it is 400 days till recently it was about 980-1020 days. I checked my application through the INS automated service and it says 400 days. I called INS Nebraska and after 2 hours of trying I got through to an immigration information officer who told me it will take four to five years to get my approval. I explained to him about the published processing time and the automated service and he told me to ignore it.

I would really like to know what to do next. Should I trust the immigration officer over the published processing time and the automated service or should I try to talk to another immigration officer? If I want to talk to another immigration officer it will take me at least another two hours if I am lucky. And by the way I really wonder why people who profess about being sensitive to immigration cases never or only rarely talk about Asylee adjustment.

Regards,
S. Bekele

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