EAD Approval for H-4 Visa Holder in Charleston
Our employment-based immigration lawyer received an employment authorization document approval simultaneously with an H-4 change of status approval for the spouse of an H-1B principal. Our employment-based immigration team is so happy for our client who will now be able to work in the United States.
If you would like to learn more about the H-4 EAD process, please visit our article describing the H-4 EAD process.
Who is eligible for an H-4 EAD?
According to U.S. immigration laws, an H-4 status holder is eligible for an employment authorization document (EAD) if the H-4 status holder’s spouse is in H-1B status and has an approved I-140 immigrant petition or was granted H-1B status under certain sections of AC21.
Our Employment-Based Immigration Lawyer is Here to Help You
Would you like to file an H-4 EAD application but would like the assistance of an employment-based immigration attorney? Our employment-based immigration attorney can guide you through the entire process and prepare both your H-4 extension or change of status and H-4 EAD applications in accordance with employment-based immigration rules. As an experienced employment-based immigration law firm, Pandev Law has the knowledge and experience to guide you through your H-4 EAD process.
During your consultation, our employment-based immigration lawyer will provide an honest assessment of your case, and a recommendation for your next steps.
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