Employees with an expired Permanent Resident Card (PRC) may provide a Form I-797, Notice of Action, during the Form I-9 verification process. This article explores the two variations of this form and what they signify for employers.
An Employment Authorization Document (EAD), also known as a work permit, offers substantial flexibility while you wait for your adjustment of status to process. Explore the possibilities that an EAD provides, from work opportunities to getting a driver’s license.
Are you contemplating a job change while your I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status is pending? This can be a tricky situation, full of legal complexities and nuances. You may also be wondering about the potential of leveraging your approved Employment Authorization Document (EAD) in this scenario. This blog post aims to demystify these issues, but it’s crucial to remember that specific advice should always be sought from an immigration attorney or expert due to the unique nature of every case.
Navigating the maze of pre-employment questions on TN Visa Employer Sponsorship can be complex. This blog post provides a comprehensive guide to understanding these questions and how they can affect your job prospects, particularly if you are an international professional working in the United States.
The H4 Employment Authorization Document (EAD) has been a topic of great importance and debate within the immigration community. Designed to provide work authorization for certain spouses of H1B visa holders, the H4 EAD has empowered thousands of individuals to pursue their professional aspirations and contribute to the U.S. economy. In this blog post, we will delve deeper into the significance of the H4 EAD, its benefits, and the recent developments surrounding its existence.
On January 30, 2023, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced new designs for both green card and employment authorization documents (EAD cards) to improve security. The current card design was introduced in May 2017, and USCIS plans to issue redesigned cards every three to five years as part of its fraud prevention program. Read the details of this announcement here.
On October 20, 2022, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provided updated guidance on expedited work authorization (EAD) procedures for qualifying healthcare and childcare workers. The expedited process has been extended to include healthcare workers and childcare workers with valid immigration status and an initial Form I-765 Application for Employment Authorization that has been pending for over 90 days.
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