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Employment Authorization Documents

Basic Requirements:

In order to be eligible to work in the United States as a non-citizen, aliens must first obtain an Employment Authorization Document (EAD). As such, aliens who may be included into one of the following categories will be eligible to obtain an EAD and work in the United States as long as the document remains valid:

  1. Applicants for Adjustment of Status (individuals who are currently waiting on their pending adjustment of status applications);
  2. K-3 spouses of U.S. citizens;
  3. J-2 spouse or minor child of an exchange visitor;
  4. Spouses of E-1 treaty trader or E2 investor;
  5. Spouses of L-1 International Company Transferee;
  6. Asylee (Granted Asylum) and Asylum Applicants (individuals who are currently waiting on pending asylum applications);
  7. Aliens in Temporary Protected Status (TPS);
  8. Aliens Paroled as a Refuge;
  9. K-1 Fiancé(e);
  10. Dependents of Employees of Diplomatic Missions, International Organizations, or NATO;
  11. F-1 Students seeking Optional Practical Training, seeking employment with a Qualifying International Organization, or seeking employment due to severe economic hardship;
  12. T-1, T-2, T-3 and T-4 nonimmigrant;
  13. U-1, U-2. U-3, U-4 and U-5 nonimmigrant;
  14. V-1, V-2, or V3 nonimmigrant;
  15. Some individuals employed by a foreign airline;
  16. Some Domestic Servants.

Fees:

The Austin immigration attorneys at the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC charge the following in attorney’s fees for a typical employment authorization case when filed in the United States with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), (please read the disclaimer on this page), in addition to the filing fee currently charged by the USCIS:

  • $400 in attorney’s fees
  • $495 in filing fees for the main petition for the USCIS

Experience:

If you would like to learn more about gaining employment authorization in the United States, the Austin immigration lawyers at the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC have the experience to help you; please take a moment to read through a sample of approved cases. To discuss the particulars of your circumstances with one of our Austin immigration attorneys, please call our Austin offices at (512) 323-2333 today.

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