Visas / Status

Visas/Status: Renewal of documents, representation in interviews

We are up-to-date on visa news. Renewal of Employment authorization documents.

Every process within the immigration system is time-sensitive. Filing the right papers with the right documentation might seem easy, but being up-to-date with every regulation can be a nightmare.

If by status you are still eligible for employment authorization but your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) will be expiring or has expired, you should file for a renewal EAD by submitting a new Form I-765 and filing fee, unless a fee waiver is requested and approved. Generally, you should not file for a renewal EAD more than 180 days before your original EAD expires.

U.S. employers must check to make sure all employees, regardless of citizenship or national origin, are allowed to work in the United States. Having an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) is one way to prove that you are allowed to work in the United States for a specific time period.


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Frequently asked questions:

A visa document is an official permission issued by a government to a foreign national, in which it appears his immigration status in the United States. It includes information about the individual's visa type, expiration date, and other relevant details. A visa status document is often necessary for individuals who need to travel, work, or engage in other activities in the United States.

There are several types of visa documents that may be issued to individuals in the United States, depending on their specific status in the country. These can include visas for temporary workers, students, tourists, and others. In addition, individuals who have been granted permanent residency in the United States may be issued a permanent resident card, commonly known as a "green card."

The process for renewing or replacing a visa status document will depend on the specific type of document and the individual's circumstances. In some cases, it may be possible to renew or replace the document by filing a simple application or paying a fee. However, in other cases, a more complex process may be required, including filing additional forms, attending interviews, or providing supporting documentation. It's important to consult with an immigration attorney or other qualified professional for guidance on the appropriate steps to take in your particular case.