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Well I have waited only about 80 days since I have filed my I-129. Now my Fiancee has arrived on the day after Valentines Day!!! Now I am planning on the next step and I need some advice. She would like to work asap. For this I was told I need to fill out and send in the EAD I-765. Do I have to be married first? or can I send it in right away. I have looked and the AOS will cost ~ $300 or so. Can I get the EAD first and then come up with the money for the AOS part?

Please help with these questions as I am totally confused.


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Once you are married you file for AOS and EAD together...

The temp EAD that is available from JFK is only valid for 90 days from entry... as she will need a SSN that will take a few weeks to get so the 90 days is reduced already..... if she finds a job she will have to give it up at the end of the 90 days and wait until she has the 1 year EAD approved and has the card in her hand before she can start working again..... this is taking about 70 - 90+ days from date of NOA for EAD & AOS...

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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You have to file AOS first, then the EAD, or file them concurrently. Oh, and you file after you are married -- the whole point of AOS is adjusting your fiance's status to a Conditional Permanent Resident so that she can stay in the country.


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Once you are married you file for AOS and EAD together...

The temp EAD that is available from JFK is only valid for 90 days from entry... as she will need a SSN that will take a few weeks to get so the 90 days is reduced already..... if she finds a job she will have to give it up at the end of the 90 days and wait until she has the 1 year EAD approved and has the card in her hand before she can start working again..... this is taking about 70 - 90+ days from date of NOA for EAD & AOS...

Kezzie

good explanation :D


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