Work visas and other permits for US
I-765 Form EAD in Texas
Entering the United States with a visa does not necessarily guarantee you the right to work
For many nonimmigrant visas (such as the H-4 visa), you will need to get a work permit to be able to be employed in the country. Your journey to getting permission to be employed in the U.S. begins by filing the I-765 form for Employment Authorization Documents (EAD). You may also need an EAD if you are in the process of adjusting your nonimmigrant status to that of a permanent resident and you have yet to receive your green card. In any case, however, an EAD is not issued on a permanent basis, so you will need to renew your EAD after a certain amount of time.
What is Work Permit (I-765) Employment Authorization?
Immigrants to the U.S. come through different entry visas, including visit, student, marriage, and work visas. Having settled down in the country, you would want to get something going to have a regular source of income. If your own visa to the U.S. allows you to obtain employment, then you can file for an I-765 employment authorization application.
While you might possess the technical know-how and academic qualifications to land a job, the lack of authorization will always be one barrier standing between you and your much-needed job as an immigrant to the country. No organization in the U.S will want to get you on their payroll if you have not been given the authorization to work in the country by the United States of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
How Our Attorneys Can Help
Normally, the process should take around 90 days. But from the experiences of many applicants, there has been a continual rise in I-756 application processing delay for some years now. In some cases, it is taking up to up to four months or more.
This situation poses economic threats to many families in the U.S. because, without work permit authorization, getting a job legally in the U.S. is impossible and maintaining financial stability becomes a more difficult task. It is, therefore, always good to prevent the delay at the initial stage. To avoid experiencing delay or denial of your work permit renewal application process, the best thing you can do is to engage the service of an expert in the immigration matters.
Our immigration attorneys are qualified and experienced in helping applicants initiate and complete their work permit I-765 renewal process. We have successfully done this for countless clients and we can boast of a credible track record of several achievements in EAD related cases.