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I got my GC. Do I need to show it to my HR?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Japan
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I got my current job when I got my EAD. Now, I recently received my GC.

My EAD card will expire in this coming Oct.

Do I have to show my GC to keep working?


06/19/2008 POE at LAX with K1 visa

06/28/2008 Married my husband

07/03/2008 Update my social security card

07/19/2008 AOS, EAD, AP mailed to Chicago lock box

07/21/2008 AOS, EAD, AP were received

07/28/2008 NOA1 for AOS, EAD, AP

08/04/2008 Biometric appointment letter arrived

08/15/2008 Biometric at Santa Ana office

10/21/2008 No update since biometric- contacted a local congressman, the ombudsman

10/22/2008 Was able to do service request

10/23/2008 EAD was approved

10/24/2008 AOS interview letter arrived

11/26/2008 Renew my State ID

12/10/2008 AOS interview approved right away

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
Timeline

Yes, absolutely. Each card has a different validity date on it and since HR keeps track of these dates, you need to update your information with them.

Diana


CR-1

02/05/07 - I-130 sent to NSC

05/03/07 - NOA2

05/10/07 - NVC receives petition, case # assigned

08/08/07 - Case Complete

09/27/07 - Interview, visa granted

10/02/07 - POE

11/16/07 - Received green card and Welcome to America letter in the mail

Removing Conditions

07/06/09 - I-751 sent to CSC

08/14/09 - Biometrics

09/27/09 - Approved

10/01/09 - Received 10 year green card

U.S. Citizenship

03/30/11 - N-400 sent via Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation

05/12/11 - Biometrics

07/20/11 - Interview - passed

07/20/11 - Oath ceremony - same day as interview

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Filed: Country: Indonesia
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If you haven't done so, make sure you update your SSN so it does not have the restriction anymore.


I-130

Jun 28 2004 : Received at NSC

Oct 25 2004 : Transferred to CSC

Oct 29 2004 : Received at CSC

Nov 8 2004 : Received response from CSC that my file is being requested & review will be done

Nov 10 2004 : Email & online status Approved

Nov 15 2004 : NOA 2 in mail

Dec 16 2004 : NVC assigns case number

Dec 20 2004 : NVC sent DS 3032 to beneficiary, copy of DS 3032 & I-864 fee bill to petitioner

Jan 3 2005 : Petitioner received copy of DS 3032 and I-864 fee bill. Post-marked Dec 23rd.

Jan 11 2005 : Beneficiary received DS 3032 in Indonesia

Jan 31 2005 : Sent DS 3032 to NVC

Feb 8, 2005 : NVC received DS 3032

Feb 21, 2005 : IV fee generated

Feb 25, 2005 : Sent I-864 fee bill

Feb 28, 2005 : I-864 fee bill delivered to St Louis

Mar 3, 2005 : IV fee bill received

Mar 7, 2005 : Sent IV fee bill

Mar 9, 2005 : IV fee bill delivered to St Louis

Mar 28, 2005 : I-864 fee credited against case.

April 6, 2005 : Received I-864 package

April 7, 2005 : Immigrant Visa fee credited against case.

April 11, 2005 : DS 230 is generated

Aug 12, 2005 : I-864 & DS 230 received by NVC

Sep 14, 2005 : RFE on I-864

Nov 3, 2005 : Checklist response received at NVC

Nov 25, 2005 : Case completion

Dec 9, 2005 : Police Cert requested from the Netherlands

Jan 12 2006 : Interview success - Approved !!

Jan 19 2006 : Visa & brown envelope picked up

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You need to show them otherwise you could be terminated when the EAD expires.


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Filed: Timeline

You DO NOT need to show your employer your Greencard.

You should however go and get a unrestricted SSN card so that if your employer requests you complete a new I-9 at the time when your EAD expires all you need to show is your Unrestricted SSN and a state Drivers Licence or ID card.

Employer can not demand you show a greencard. As long as you can show documentation from list A and list B.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/article/E3_english_v.1.pdf

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-9.pdf

Check out the instructions and look at the list of documents acceptible.

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Filed: Timeline
You DO NOT need to show your employer your Greencard.

You should however go and get a unrestricted SSN card so that if your employer requests you complete a new I-9 at the time when your EAD expires all you need to show is your Unrestricted SSN and a state Drivers Licence or ID card.

Employer can not demand you show a greencard. As long as you can show documentation from list A and list B.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/article/E3_english_v.1.pdf

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-9.pdf

Check out the instructions and look at the list of documents acceptible.

I agree with you --- but if she is currently under an EAD; when that one expires she will have to prove eligibility anyway. With whichever documents are allowed.

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Filed: Timeline
You DO NOT need to show your employer your Greencard.

You should however go and get a unrestricted SSN card so that if your employer requests you complete a new I-9 at the time when your EAD expires all you need to show is your Unrestricted SSN and a state Drivers Licence or ID card.

Employer can not demand you show a greencard. As long as you can show documentation from list A and list B.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/article/E3_english_v.1.pdf

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-9.pdf

Check out the instructions and look at the list of documents acceptible.

I agree with you --- but if she is currently under an EAD; when that one expires she will have to prove eligibility anyway. With whichever documents are allowed.

does not matter if she is authorized under her EAD, she does NOT need to show her greencard to her employer now or in the future.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: South Africa
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You DO NOT need to show your employer your Greencard.

You should however go and get a unrestricted SSN card so that if your employer requests you complete a new I-9 at the time when your EAD expires all you need to show is your Unrestricted SSN and a state Drivers Licence or ID card.

Employer can not demand you show a greencard. As long as you can show documentation from list A and list B.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/article/E3_english_v.1.pdf

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-9.pdf

Check out the instructions and look at the list of documents acceptible.

I agree with you --- but if she is currently under an EAD; when that one expires she will have to prove eligibility anyway. With whichever documents are allowed.

does not matter if she is authorized under her EAD, she does NOT need to show her greencard to her employer now or in the future.

From the I-9:

What documents must the employee present?

The employee may provide the documents they choose from those

listed on the most recent Lists of Acceptable Documents, which

can be found on the I-9 form. The employee must present one

document from List A, or two documents—one from List B and one

from List C:


03/01/2007 - POE - JFK (L-1 Visa)

01/15/2008 - Proposed

03/15/2008 - Married

09/02/2008 - Sent AOS Package (I-130, I-485, I-693)

09/03/2008 - Received - Signed by SMITH

09/04/2008 - Checks deposited

09/10/2008 - Checks cleared ($1010 + $355)

09/12/2008 - 2 NOA's received (I-130, I-485) - Dated 09/08/08

09/16/2008 - Received notice for biometrics appointment on 09/30/2008

09/20/2008 - Biometrics done - Walk in (Orlando) Took 10 minutes

09/22/2008 - I-485 viewable online (pending, of course)

09/30/2008 - Biometrics Appointment (2pm)

12/30/2008 - Received Interview Letter

02/25/2008 - Interview

03/06/2008 - Welcome Letter received (the website will clearly never send me updates!)

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