My husband L1 and my L2 extension has been filed under premium processing. We are exepecting some response by 15-20 th Jan. My L2 visa/EAD card will expire on 29th March 2013.
I have following queries.
1. Should I wait for l1/l2 visa extension approval and after that i should file EAD renewal?
2. Should i file EAD approval ASAP?
If our visa extension is under process and USCIS start processing my EAD renewal, will it impact in any sense?
3. If my visa extension gets rejected, can I request to return my fee which i submitted for EAD renewal?
4. Should I file EAD renewal online or papaer based?
I know that it is too late. But, you should have filed the I-765 at the same time as your immigration lawyer filed the extension papers.
You can't file for a new EAD without the approval ... thus, you must wait and take the chance that you will have to take a leave of absence from work if the new EAD doesn't arrive before the old one expires.
With luck, it won't be a problem ... they usually take less than 90 days to process an EAD.
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