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Hello!

 

My question is do I have to file for a work authorization in the US (form I-765)? My fiance does not need to work while here (for personal reasons)...but sometime next year he will start working when we feel is the right time...so do i need to file this or will he be able to work when the GC come? Or is this a one time thing, like, if i did not file it now when submitting our AOS forms he will not be able to work?

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1 minute ago, Brazil/US2018 said:

Hello!

 

My question is do I have to file for a work authorization in the US (form I-765)? My fiance does not need to work while here (for personal reasons)...but sometime next year he will start working when we feel is the right time...so do i need to file this or will he be able to work when the GC come? Or is this a one time thing, like, if i did not file it now when submitting our AOS forms he will not be able to work?

GC is work authorization, however it isn't a bad idea to file for the EAD when you file for AOS simply so the person can get a driver's license etc..  It's free with AOS.  


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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27 minutes ago, Brazil/US2018 said:

Hello!

 

My question is do I have to file for a work authorization in the US (form I-765)? My fiance does not need to work while here (for personal reasons)...but sometime next year he will start working when we feel is the right time...so do i need to file this or will he be able to work when the GC come? Or is this a one time thing, like, if i did not file it now when submitting our AOS forms he will not be able to work?

Why would you not?   It’s free to file for the combo card with the AOS app, and what will you do if he suddenly needs to travel out of the US before the GC is issued?

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Posted (edited)

Yes include it anyways. The pictures will cost some money, sure. But you'll want a driver's license or state id and apply for a SSN if this hasn't happened yet. My husband got his EAD but he waited until the time was right. When he was ready, he needed nothing else because he already had everything he needed. 

 

He'll be able to work when the GC comes, yes. 

Edited by little immigrant

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2 minutes ago, little immigrant said:

Yes include it anyways. The pictures will cost some money, sure. But you'll want a driver's license or state id and apply for a SSN if this hasn't happened yet. My husband got his EAD but he waited until the time was right. When he was ready, he needed nothing else because he already had everything he needed. 

What do you mean by pictures??

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1 hour ago, Brazil/US2018 said:

What do you mean by pictures??

The applications for Advance Parole and EAD require photos. 

 

Photographs
You must submit two identical color passport-style photographs of yourself taken recently. The photos must 
have a white to off-white background, be printed on thin paper with a glossy finish, and be unmounted and 
unretouched.
 

Edited by Nat&Amy

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12 minutes ago, Nat&Amy said:

The applications for Advance Parole and EAD require photos. 

 

Photographs
You must submit two identical color passport-style photographs of yourself taken recently. The photos must 
have a white to off-white background, be printed on thin paper with a glossy finish, and be unmounted and 
unretouched.
 

Basically they're US passport photos.  You're just not using them for a US passport. 


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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