17 Jun

Some FAQs on H4 EAD

My H-1B spouse’s approved Form I-140 was filed by a previous employer. Am I eligible for employment authorization? For you to qualify for employment authorization based on your H-4 status, your H-1B spouse must have been granted H-1B status under sections 106(a) and (b) of AC21 or be the beneficiary of an approved Form I-140….

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07 Apr

Updates on University of Northern New Jersey

On April 5th 2016, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) closed down a school known as the University of Northern New Jersey (UNNJ). UNNJ was set up by the government as a sting operation to “trap” both brokers and foreign students on possible visa fraud. The operation had twenty-one brokers charged with several counts of visa…

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05 Aug

Shah Peerally Law Group getting many approvals on H4 COS and H4 EAD.

The Shah Peerally Law Group PC who has been involved in all the aspects of the H4 EAD movement, is now proud to announce that the law firm has been getting a number of approvals on H4 change of status and H4 EADs. The approximate time for the H4 change of status approval is around…

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25 May

Breaking Good News: H4 work authorization opening tomorrow May 26, 2015 – Save Jobs USA lawsuit lost!

For all those who were waiting to hear from the outcome on the H4 EAD lawsuit from Save Jobs USA, the Judge has made a decision.  The decision was that there will be no injunction against the H4 EAD regulatory rules and people on H4 who are eligible to file for a work permit also…

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20 May

USCIS releases Frequently Asked Questions on H4 EAD

REMINDER: Do NOT submit an application for employment authorization (Form I-765) before May 26, 2015. USCIS will not accept a Form I-765 requesting employment authorization based on your H-4 status until the H-4 rule takes effect on May 26, 2015. If you submit a Form I-765 requesting employment authorization on this basis before May 26,…

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25 Apr

SAVE JOBS USA filed a lawsuit against DHS H4 EAD rules – Breaking Bad News!

Save Jobs USA filed a lawsuit regarding H4 EAD rules against DHS. Please read lawsuit. Note this is only a declaratory judgment lawsuit, the lawsuit does not interrupt the process at this point but it might actually hinder the possibility of filing. As such until further notice, we need to assume that the May, 26,…

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