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I just wanted to know if anyone that recently flew through JFK if they received their temporary EAD? Can you please share your experience if it was easy or was it hard? Did you ask for it, or were just given? Anything else you want to share, please do!?!

I'm looking at booking tickets at either JFK or EWR and want to know if its worth it to go JFK.

Thanks!

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Hi -

I just wanted to know if anyone that recently flew through JFK if they received their temporary EAD? Can you please share your experience if it was easy or was it hard? Did you ask for it, or were just given? Anything else you want to share, please do!?!

I'm looking at booking tickets at either JFK or EWR and want to know if its worth it to go JFK.

Thanks!

The stamp at JFK has no meaning besides adding ink to paper. You cannot work with this stamp. Them using it does not change this fact. This question gets asked at least once a day, look at other threads for more details.

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Hi -

I just wanted to know if anyone that recently flew through JFK if they received their temporary EAD? Can you please share your experience if it was easy or was it hard? Did you ask for it, or were just given? Anything else you want to share, please do!?!

I'm looking at booking tickets at either JFK or EWR and want to know if its worth it to go JFK.

Thanks!

Yes but it has no value without another work visa, which the K-1 is not. Simply a waste of ink.

Check the requirements of the I-9 employers form.


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Hi -

I just wanted to know if anyone that recently flew through JFK if they received their temporary EAD? Can you please share your experience if it was easy or was it hard? Did you ask for it, or were just given? Anything else you want to share, please do!?!

I'm looking at booking tickets at either JFK or EWR and want to know if its worth it to go JFK.

Thanks!

The stamp at JFK has no meaning besides adding ink to paper. You cannot work with this stamp. Them using it does not change this fact. This question gets asked at least once a day, look at other threads for more details.

Yes but question is has it been given recently and how was the process of getting it, I couldn't anything about that...

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Yes but question is has it been given recently and how was the process of getting it, I couldn't anything about that...

When Karin went through JFK - the stamp was issued as a matter of routine. That was 2 years ago but the last time I read about it, they were still doing it this way.

In my opinion - unless going through JFK is convenient for you, it's not worth it (not for the stamp, and certainly not for the over crowded terminals).

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They automatically stamp it on your passport, but it's useless.


AOS

2009-01-12===> Sent AOS packet via UPS
2009-01-13===> AOS packet received
2009-01-28===> NOA's received in the mail
2009-02-01===> Biometric appt received in the mail
2009-02-06===> Completed biometric appt thru walk-in
2009-02-06===> Applied for expedited AP thru the phone
2009-02-14===> Received AP in the mail
2009-02-11===> Case transferred to CSC
2009-02-23===> EAD received
2009-05-02===> Green card received in the mail, no interview done.

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wait? why is this stamp stamp no longer valid?


Our Timeline

03/2002 - Met on Yahoo Group.

07/2002 - Met in real life 1st time in NYC

02/2003 - 1st visit to Germany

04/2003 - Visit to Germany

08/2003 - Visit to US (& Trip to Niagara Falls)

09/2003 - 10/2003 - Spent 2 months in Germany

11/2004 - Visit to US

06/2005 - Visit to Germany & Proposal

12/2005 - Visit to US

08/2006 - Visit to Germany

11/2006 - Visit to US

09/2007 - Visit to Germany

12/2007 - Visit to US

06/2008 - Visit to Germany

10/2008 - Visit to US

10/2008 - Began gathering paperwork f/ I-129F

03/2009 - Submitted I-129F

03/13/09 - NOA1

05/2009 - Visit to Germany (& Europe road trip)

06/2009 - 08/2009 - Spent 2 months in US

08/17/09 - NOA2

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