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Hello everyone! I am just a little bit confused because I still remember during my interview for Adjusting Status, the Lady said(maybe I am wrong) that before my EAD expires April 25, 2013, I should renew it before 90 days. My Green Card expires on June 11, 2014. I am wondering if this situation happens or I have to wait before 90 days of my Green Card's expiration to remove conditions on my residency. I understand that if you have a Green Card you don't need EAD for work permit. Does anyone know if I need to renew my EAD? Please Help!!! I will really appeciate any of your inputs. Thank you!


"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it."

06/20/2009 - Met online ( I am from Philippines and he's from Wisconsin)

04/26/2010 - Met in Philippines (for 2 weeks)

05/08/2010 - Officially engaged!! ( He sent the engagement ring 09/24/2010 and he proposed to me on bended knee in Philippines with the second part of engagement ring) *melting*

06/18/2010 - I-129F package Sent

06/21/2010 - NOA1

06/24/2010 - Touched

09/23/2010 - Touched (when I contacted the Congressman's office)

11/15/2010 - Touched (hopefully the approval)

11/17/2010 - NOA2 (Received hard copy 11/22/2010)

12/01/2010 - Received a letter from DOS dated 11/29/2010 stating that the petition will be forwared to USE AD within a week and that I will received the packets very soon from embassy.

01/18/2011 - Interview. APPROVED!!! No words can express how happy i am.

01/25/2011 - VISA in hand! YAY!!!

02/20/2011 - POE Chicago (O'hare)

05/14/2011 - Our Wedding day

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The EAD became invalid when you got your GC. You should not be using the EAD for anything anymore, just your GC.

So to answer your question.. you don't do anything with the EAD. You apply to remove the conditions on your gC in the 90 days before your GC expires (or when your divorce is final - if applicable), whichever comes first.

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Hello everyone! I am just a little bit confused because I still remember during my interview for Adjusting Status, the Lady said(maybe I am wrong) that before my EAD expires April 25, 2013, I should renew it before 90 days. My Green Card expires on June 11, 2014. I am wondering if this situation happens or I have to wait before 90 days of my Green Card's expiration to remove conditions on my residency. I understand that if you have a Green Card you don't need EAD for work permit. Does anyone know if I need to renew my EAD? Please Help!!! I will really appeciate any of your inputs. Thank you!

The EAD is worthless once you have the GC so why would you want to renew it? You will apply for ROC within the 90 days before your GC expires. That is all you need to worry about.

Dave

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is possible that you are remembering it wrong.

Sure, it can be part of the advice given during an AOS interview, but usually as a caveat with 'If you don't receive your greencard by the time your EAD expires, you can apply for an EAD renewal'.


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The EAD became invalid when you got your GC. You should not be using the EAD for anything anymore, just your GC.

So to answer your question.. you don't do anything with the EAD. You apply to remove the conditions on your gC in the 90 days before your GC expires (or when your divorce is final - if applicable), whichever comes first.

Thank you Vanessa&Tony! It's crystal clear to me now! I really appreciate it!

is possible that you are remembering it wrong.

Sure, it can be part of the advice given during an AOS interview, but usually as a caveat with 'If you don't receive your greencard by the time your EAD expires, you can apply for an EAD renewal'.

I appreciate your input Darnell! Thank you!


"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it."

06/20/2009 - Met online ( I am from Philippines and he's from Wisconsin)

04/26/2010 - Met in Philippines (for 2 weeks)

05/08/2010 - Officially engaged!! ( He sent the engagement ring 09/24/2010 and he proposed to me on bended knee in Philippines with the second part of engagement ring) *melting*

06/18/2010 - I-129F package Sent

06/21/2010 - NOA1

06/24/2010 - Touched

09/23/2010 - Touched (when I contacted the Congressman's office)

11/15/2010 - Touched (hopefully the approval)

11/17/2010 - NOA2 (Received hard copy 11/22/2010)

12/01/2010 - Received a letter from DOS dated 11/29/2010 stating that the petition will be forwared to USE AD within a week and that I will received the packets very soon from embassy.

01/18/2011 - Interview. APPROVED!!! No words can express how happy i am.

01/25/2011 - VISA in hand! YAY!!!

02/20/2011 - POE Chicago (O'hare)

05/14/2011 - Our Wedding day

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Thanks everyone for your answers! I really appreciate it all! Thank you so much! Please close this topic....it's SOLVED! Thank you!


"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it."

06/20/2009 - Met online ( I am from Philippines and he's from Wisconsin)

04/26/2010 - Met in Philippines (for 2 weeks)

05/08/2010 - Officially engaged!! ( He sent the engagement ring 09/24/2010 and he proposed to me on bended knee in Philippines with the second part of engagement ring) *melting*

06/18/2010 - I-129F package Sent

06/21/2010 - NOA1

06/24/2010 - Touched

09/23/2010 - Touched (when I contacted the Congressman's office)

11/15/2010 - Touched (hopefully the approval)

11/17/2010 - NOA2 (Received hard copy 11/22/2010)

12/01/2010 - Received a letter from DOS dated 11/29/2010 stating that the petition will be forwared to USE AD within a week and that I will received the packets very soon from embassy.

01/18/2011 - Interview. APPROVED!!! No words can express how happy i am.

01/25/2011 - VISA in hand! YAY!!!

02/20/2011 - POE Chicago (O'hare)

05/14/2011 - Our Wedding day

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