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Hi VisaJourney squad

 

I have just been approved for Advanced Parole (having filed for AOS from K1), and will be travelling back to the UK for a month next week. As I haven't been working (because of K1), it would be nice to go back and do a few weeks at my old job. Are there any legal issues with me working in England during these 30 days on Advanced Parole?

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J

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1 minute ago, jackthomas053 said:

Hi VisaJourney squad

 

I have just been approved for Advanced Parole (having filed for AOS from K1), and will be travelling back to the UK for a month next week. As I haven't been working (because of K1), it would be nice to go back and do a few weeks at my old job. Are there any legal issues with me working in England during these 30 days on Advanced Parole?

Cheers

J

No issue at all. While you're in the UK, you are in UK jurisdiction and subjected to UK laws. Assume you are a UK citizen, that gives you the right to work in the UK. The US has nothing to do with it. Now, when you are in the US, you have to be authorized to work, hence the EAD. It's where the person physically is that matters.

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Working is fine in UK on AP.  You will need to declare that income in teh US also but unless you are making over $100,000 it is generally not taxable.


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39 minutes ago, jackthomas053 said:

Hi VisaJourney squad

 

I have just been approved for Advanced Parole (having filed for AOS from K1), and will be travelling back to the UK for a month next week. As I haven't been working (because of K1), it would be nice to go back and do a few weeks at my old job. Are there any legal issues with me working in England during these 30 days on Advanced Parole?

Cheers

J

You have AP but dont have EAD? Weird. If you do you can also work in the US... 


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15 minutes ago, Roel said:

You have AP but dont have EAD? Weird. If you do you can also work in the US... 

I was just thinking that. Maybe they didn't file for it? I thought if you file for both you gwt both at the same time.

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The AP has been granted before the work authorization on an emergency basis. Unfortunately my mother is very unwell so I am going back to be with her and look after her - but I would like to try and work whilst I am back in England if possible

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1 minute ago, jackthomas053 said:

The AP has been granted before the work authorization on an emergency basis. Unfortunately my mother is very unwell so I am going back to be with her and look after her - but I would like to try and work whilst I am back in England if possible

I'm sorry to hear about your mother. I do believe it should not be a problem at all. 

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Just a Tax issue


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