I move to the USA 3years ago with my husband which came on a L1 and I on a L2 visa. Now were are getting divorce. Will I be able to keep working until my EAD working permit time's out.???
your L-2 status and EAD are directly as a result of you being your L-1husband's dependent-spouse. Once you are no longer his wife (meaning a final divorce sentence) you will not have any right to either any longer.. Let's hope it is going to be a long and protracted divorce..
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If you are divorced you will not be able to do either since your status and work authorization are based on your marriage.
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No. You status is no loner valid. Since the divorce finalized, you have reasonable time to leave the country.
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I highly recommend you consult with a lawyer about your own immigration options BEFORE you get a divorce, so that in case something could be done to keep you in this country on another status, you do so before you fall out of status (before the divorce)
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