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K1 EAD if I had previous visa's??

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Hello!

I had a student and a practical training visa in -98, I then received a E1 visa for two years to work

2000-2002, this is when I met my fiancé. I now need some help!

If I a get a temp. EAD at the POE, what do I apply for with the AOS? Is this something I have to report to them in case I'm lucky to get one for 3 months? On the I-765 there's no question about this.

Then to this one...

"Have you ever before applied for employment authorization from USCIS?"

Should this temp EAD also be included with my previous but expired EAD's? Will this cause problems and delays since I have had previous visa's?

Thank you! Any help on this is very much appreciated :help:

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Previous visas pose no problems, as long as you did not commit any visa violations. I had various US work visas for 14+ years, and an O2 active when I applied for the K1. The EAD is the "Employment Authorization Document" a plastic picture/fingerprint ID card that allows you to work for anyone. (90 day temp. is a stamp I assume ... as I never received one ...hard to say)

I assume there is a stamp in your passport indicating entry on the E1?

I had pages and pages of L1 and O2 entry stamps.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Previous visas pose no problems, as long as you did not commit any visa violations. I had various US work visas for 14+ years, and an O2 active when I applied for the K1. The EAD is the "Employment Authorization Document" a plastic picture/fingerprint ID card that allows you to work for anyone. (90 day temp. is a stamp I assume ... as I never received one ...hard to say)

I assume there is a stamp in your passport indicating entry on the E1?

I had pages and pages of L1 and O2 entry stamps.

Aha, a stamp would make it a lot easier!

Did not commit any violations so I guess I won't have any difficulties with my prior visas then. It says to give them supporting documents of these when sending in the I-765 but they should have everything on record already? I only have the passport visa pages left...

Thanks for your help on this!

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