Our immigration lawyers help clients get work permits by accurately completing the application form, and submitting it to USCIS with the appropriate filing fee. We also offer free preparation of your first work authorization application (form I-765), in conjunction with your removal, asylum or adjustment of status case.
Contact Hill & Piibe for more information on how we can help with your work permit.
Also known as “work authorization,” "employment authorization document," or “EAD,” a work permit usually may only be granted in conjunction with a pending application for some other type of relief or benefit, such as asylum, adjustment of status, NACARA, etc.
Contrary to popular belief, a work permit, employment authorization document, or EAD, does not give its holder legal permission to be present in the U.S. A work permit simply allows a person to accept work.
Work permits are only available in conjunction with an immigration status that you already hold, or in conjunction with an application before USCIS for an immigration status. Common immigration statuses / applications include:
At Hill & Piibe, our immigration lawyers complete the work permit application form and submit it to USCIS. Our representation with your removal, asylum or adjustment of status case also includes free preparation of your first work authorization application (form I-765) , most of which must be renewed every year.
As of 2021, work permit applications take about seven months to process at USCIS. Renewals can be sent 180 days before the expiration of your current work permit.
With offices in Downtown L.A. and San Juan Capistrano, our immigration lawyers serve clients of all nationalities living in the Los Angeles, California area, including Riverside and Bakersfield and all of San Bernardino County, Orange County, San Diego County, Ventura County, and Santa Barbara County.
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