If generally takes 2 weeks to get a First Access Visa in the mail. It depends on if you request expedited shipping with a customer service representative which costs an additional $35 and it took me 2 business days to receive mine and it came by FedEx. Regular or standard shipping is 7-10 business days to receive the card.
After you pay the processing fee, then the whole approval process will be done and they'll ship the card to you. Once it reaches you, then you can activate it. As far as "how many days it takes", I reckon one or two days for the processing fee to get posted, and about 10 business days max for the card to get to you.
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