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Just thought I'd post a quick report on my EAD experience at San Antonio today

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This is pretty typical of San Antonio as a whole, though,
nbsp;where, I've determined, it is impossible for a road to be built straight
nbsp;or a junction's lanes to correspond.

I posted a brief timeline earlier in the month, I think, but we submitted
the paperwork on March 22nd and received an EAD appointment letter dated
April 17th on April 19th, for an appointment May 1st.
We went to that fingerprinting place on a Saturday (!) after it opened a few
years ago, I thought the off-site service centers were the greatest advance
in the history ofINS. dead? We walked around it before heading back,
nbsp;didn't stay there more than 10 minutes because it was soulless, and half
nbsp;the shop sites were empty.
nbsp;San Antonio's INS office is easy to find - just off the I-35 - but a pain
nbsp;to get to.
The cheesy photo place is American enterprise at its most basic.
North Star Mall is a good one, at Loop 410 and San Pedro (about 6 miles east
of INS) and if you get downtown, the River Center Mall is okay too.
nbsp;I'll skip the bit about getting up at 5am to get there, except to note
nbsp;that when you're awake at this time, the world seems very weird.

nbsp;They automatically give you directions to the fingerprinting place, which
nbsp;is just around the corner, and tell you to go there.

Were you K1 or K3? I'm surprised, to be honest, San Antonio seems pretty
good by all accounts. We applied in
nbsp;mid-February, and still haven't gotten so much as a receipt. Astonishingly,
it appears to give the phone number which the office is so loath to have
on their webpage, which is (210) 650-9030. This is pretty typical of San Antonio as a whole, though,
where, I've determined, it is impossible for a road to be built straight
or a junction's lanes to correspond. Wish people would
drive better here, though.Just thought I'd post a quick report on my EAD experience at San Antonio
today. It's actually within walking distance, to be
nbsp;honest. Some of these vendors only have one or two stores, and they want to
be where sales are better.

That's about it, I think.

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We also applied for AOS and EAD at San Antonio. I'm sick of tailgaters. What surprises me is
that no one has opened a taco stand next to it:-)
Mike
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localhost/wrote
nbsp;Just thought I'd post a quick report on my EAD experience at San Antonio
nbsp;today. The fingerprinting place is a pretty soulless site right in the
middle of a small strip mall, but the people there are pretty friendly
and efficient. Maybe you could give them a call? Also if you can,
see if the money you sent was cashed.

I wonder if maybe you can answer a question for me? Have you any idea why
Windsor Park Mall is so.1051876527
@:

nbsp;may I ask how long it took you to get the EAD appointment, as we will be
nbsp;sending in our AOS paper work at the end of May.gif" smilieid=9" /]assport and Immigration Photos. (Fourwinds Drive, where the INS
office is located, is a fine example of both of these, incidentally). Someone needs to sort out their
spelling.

Once again thank you, all the best Kit
Targaff,
Thanks for the report. You're right about the traffic here, but I only really use
public transport anyhow so I don't really experience it. EADs are handled in the room directly to the left of the
entrance. I have been here for most of 25 years now.

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Targaff

DrewSwrote in news:762330. It has flashing
nbsp;lights on top of it that blink all day, and is very cheesy. I've even seen people
drive off of the freeway over a divider to get onto the access road in
order to avoid a traffic jam. They even give you a
map and verbal directions. On weekends, we
nearly never get on the expressways, cause we don't have to.1051885754
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nbsp;We also applied for AOS and EAD at San Antonio. The best thing there was the ice cream vendor.
Actually, the best shopping centers we have now are the open ones, not the
malls, but over time, I have found individual stores around town that sell
the things I want at good quality and fair price and not *everything* made
in China, either. The
sign on the junction on which the office is located has a sign saying
Immigration and Natuclization Service. I have
been here for most of 25 years now.

San Antonio's INS office is easy to find - just off the I-35 - but a pain
to get to.35am, which was rather
nice of them. They have a US flag hung on
the window to show where you need to look for them to get the ideal angle
for an ADIT.

nbsp;Traffic in SA is still nowhere near the hassle of say, Houston, or
nbsp;(ugh) Austin.

Good luck!

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Targaff

Windsor Park Mall is old (25 years?), some local neighborhoods nearby have
experienced downturns resulting in some personal crime at the mall, the city
has exploded to the north and west, and the vendors have moved to other
malls.
There are quite a few streets in San Antonio, that are not only straight,
but serve as great cross-town alternates to the freeways. They even give you a
nbsp;map and verbal directions.

Drew. Where do you live?

I'm in Austin.

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Targaff

mike_joneswrote in
newsfvsa.
kitty-ukwrote in news:762161. The fingerprinting place is a pretty soulless site right in the
nbsp;middle of a small strip mall, but the people there are pretty friendly
nbsp;and efficient.

They started letting us into the building at 7. We applied in mid-February, and still haven't gotten so much as a receipt.

Processing is relatively painless - we were by no means the first there
but we got done in an hour and a half or so. The best thing there was the ice cream
vendor.

The phone number will sure come in handy thank you, may I ask how long it took you to get the EAD appointment, as we will be sending in our AOS paper work at the end of May.

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Targaff

Hi Targaff
Thank you so much for posting your EAD experience, as I too will be using that office.america.gif" smilieid=9" /]assport and Immigration Photos. (Fourwinds Drive, where the INS
nbsp;office is located, is a fine example of both of these, incidentally

nbsp;There's a Diamond Shamrock behind the INS office if you need snackies
nbsp;and/or caffeine.
Mike

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Targaffwrote
nbsp;gt;Have you any idea why
nbsp;Windsor Park Mall is so. Traffic in SA
is still nowhere near the hassle of say, Houston, or (ugh) Austin. It has flashing
lights on top of it that blink all day, and is very cheesy. Where do you live?
I will agree about Fourwinds, getting in and out of there can be sorta
confusing, but at least you never lose sight of the building. I don't think we were there more than 20-30 minutes. I don't think we were there more than 20-30 minutes.net:

nbsp;Thanks for the report.

They automatically give you directions to the fingerprinting place, which
is just around the corner, and tell you to go there. There's also a tiny building on the opposite side of the
junction selling quot
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