Unable for get push notifications on iOS stand alone build

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My expo push works on the Expo App, but is unable to get notifications on the iOS stand alone build generated through Expo.

I tried creating my own certificates and providing them to expo and I see this error:

{"data":{"6b219a67-9380-4827-bd68-85840188f685":{"status":"error","message":"The Apple Push Notification service unexpectedly dropped the connection. Retry sending the notification later.","details":{"sentAt":1536880924},"__debug":{"internalError":"stream ended unexpectedly"}}}}

Then, I tried getting expo to generate certificates for me and I see this error.

Reason:Unexpected response, raw:{"responseId":"43a81dbe-c185-4668-9e91-96966ba47aec","resultCode":4100,"resultString":"The selected team does not have a program membership that is eligible for this feature.  If you need assistance, please contact Apple Developer Program Support. https://developer.apple.com/support","userString":"The selected team does not have a program membership that is eligible for this feature.  If you need assistance, please contact Apple Developer Program Support. https://developer.apple.com/support","creationTimestamp":"2018-09-14T20:00:38Z","protocolVersion":"QH65B2","userLocale":"en_US","requestUrl":"https://developer.apple.com/services-account/QH65B2/account/ios/certificate/submitCertificateRequest.action","httpCode":200}

I can confirm that the my team belongs to “Apple Developer Enterprise Program”, so this is not the case.

I tried revoking and recreating certificates multiple times, uninstall-reinstall the app etc. I am unsure on how to resolve this issue or what else to try.

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#2

This is time sensitive as I need to get my app into the App store. Looks like there is an issue in the sync between Expo backend and the APNS server.
Could this be verified?

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