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Filed: Timeline

I have an approved EAD and AP valid till April 2015. I am currently out of a job and searching for the next one.

My question: I need to travel abroad for a personal trip. I was hoping to use the AP that I have for re-entry purposes. If i am not able to find a job before my trip, would that pose any challenge to my re-entry? Are there any such risks for traveling on AP when unemployed?

Thanks in advance!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Jamaica
Timeline

The AP is for you to travel while your aos is processing. Your employment has nothing to do with your AP.


:goofy: AOS: I-485& I-765 :goofy:

Sent: 9/26/2014I-485& I-765

Received: 9/30/2014I-485& I-765

Biometrics and noas received in mail:10/10/2014

Biometric appt:10/23/2014

:dance: Walk in Bio: 10/15/2014 :clock:

EAD Approved: 12/3/2014 B-)

EAD Mailed :12/9/2014

Ead Delivered: 12/11/2014

Interivew (12/29/2014)in the mail: 1/29/2015

Approved: Welcome notice mailed 1/30/2015 :dancing: :idea:

Card Produced: 2/5/2015& Shipped
Card Received: 2/7/2015

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Your employment or lack thereof, has no bearing on your immigration status. The one that needs to be employed and/or have income up until your AOS is approved is your petitioner or joint sponsor.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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Filed: Timeline

Your employment or lack thereof, has no bearing on your immigration status. The one that needs to be employed and/or have income up until your AOS is approved is your petitioner or joint sponsor.

Your reply got me more questions. With a job loss, the employer is completely out of the picture, so how does it matter?

Do the immigration officers verify employer details or ask questions based on that at port of entry?

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Oh, I see. Then that's another scenario. I assumed that your AOS was marriage based. If it is employment based, I don't know what the requirements are for that, and I wouldn't know if being in between jobs would affect you, hopefully someone who knows can answer you soon.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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