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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Uzbekistan
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I heared that in JFK K-1 visa holders can get Work Permit in passport,so they can work in the states...But in a same time I was reading that K-1 visa is giving right to work within 90 days...I dont understand,if I want to work do I need to fly to New-York and get work permit in my passport..Or I can just work without having work permit??? :blink:


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April 8 2008Interview . APPROVED

April 11 2008Visa in hand

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April 30 2008 WE GOT MARRIED!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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Congrats on your successful interview :whistle::whistle:


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Uzbekistan
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Sal and Jay, thank you! :star:

Oct.02 2007 I129F sent to VSC via ups.

Oct.25 2007 NOA1 receipt .

March 04 2008 Approval notice sent .

April 8 2008Interview . APPROVED

April 11 2008Visa in hand

April 27 2008POE - JFK

April 30 2008 WE GOT MARRIED!

July 3 2008 My sweet husband left for Afghanistan

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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I heared that in JFK K-1 visa holders can get Work Permit in passport,so they can work in the states...But in a same time I was reading that K-1 visa is giving right to work within 90 days...I dont understand,if I want to work do I need to fly to New-York and get work permit in my passport..Or I can just work without having work permit??? :blink:

From what I understand which may not be exactly right, if your poe is JFK you get a temporary work permit stamp in your passport. If that expires before the EAD comes through you then have to stop work till you get the EAD.

Hopefully someone will correct me if this is not right.


Sal and Jay




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ROC - Complete

N400-Complete

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Sal and Jay,so if my POE will be Atlanta or Memphis,I wont be able to get Work Permit,so I cant work until EAD will come through???

Even if I will work part time??? :wacko:

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Oct.02 2007 I129F sent to VSC via ups.

Oct.25 2007 NOA1 receipt .

March 04 2008 Approval notice sent .

April 8 2008Interview . APPROVED

April 11 2008Visa in hand

April 27 2008POE - JFK

April 30 2008 WE GOT MARRIED!

July 3 2008 My sweet husband left for Afghanistan

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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Sal and Jay,so if my POE will be Atlanta or Memphis,I wont be able to get Work Permit,so I cant work until EAD will come through???

Even if I will work part time??? :wacko:

Yes thats right, my poe will be Atlanta and I will apply for AOD, EAD and AP soon as we are married. Then will start work when I recieve my EAD.


Sal and Jay




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AOS - Complete
EAD - Complete
AP - Complete
ROC - Complete

N400-Complete

I am a United States citizen!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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you can fly to JFK then to Atlanta... its hard to find a job with a temp EAD because it expires in 3 months. and you have to have your SSN before you start working.


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