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Watch the Video for this FAQ: Activities permitted under H-4 EAD Video Transcript 1. With a H-4EAD, you can do anything you like. You can work, you can choose not work, you can start your own business, you can work three hours a day, you can work ten hours a day, you can work eighteen hours a day.
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Watch the Video on this FAQ: Extending H-1/H-4EAD; working while extension pending Video Transcript 1. Yes, you should. 2. No. Once the current H-4 expires and EAD expires and you are waiting for the new EAD to arrive she has to stop working. More...
1.You have to be a US citizen to sponsor her Green card. For Green Card holders as I recall the only family other than the children and wife they can sponsor is unmarried adult children over 21 but unmarried you can apply for their Green Card. Once you become US citizen your possible beneficiaries can be larger including your parents. There is little-known provision that is sometimes used, use it if it‘s necessary when let say your parents
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Pay your taxes, don‘t default on your taxes, try not to get too many traffic tickets. If you get few that‘s OK, but if you get too many that can be ground for troubles. Don‘t get into any criminal plot, as you can lose your Green Card if you have a felony conviction. There are other things that can hurt your Green Card like DUI more than one or two of them then you can get into trouble. So, as long as you are like regular peopl
1. There is no such requirement that I am aware of at this point today (June 2017) that you have to notify any US government agency or Indian government just because you received your Green Card. However, what you should do is you should inform your employer that you have got your Green Card so they can update your Form I-9 which is an internal matter within the files of the employer. They don‘t have to update any government agencies.
Watch the Video on this FAQ: Fraud or misrepresentation findings in visa or petition, what should you do? Video Transcript 1. Yes, if you can get a 212(d)(3) waiver for a limited time or limited purposes.
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Watch the Video on this FAQ: How long can a US Citizen stay outside the USA Video Transcript As long as you like. You could stay outside for thirty years and never come to the USA. You will still be a US citizen. Green card holders don‘t have that benefit, but US citizens do. More...
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1. The employer can revoke, but, USCIS says, after 180 days they will not revoke the H-4 EAD. 2. You will not need to change the H-4 EAD upon moving to any number of companies, as long as you maintain your H-1 status.
Under the law effective from 17 January 2017, an employee will retain their priority date once an I-140 is properly approved, even if a day later the employer asks for a revocation. There is no requirement that the employee be employed with that employer for a certain period of time.
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