I am in USA on H1B visa, and my wife is here on H4
If my employer is applies for a GC, I would like to know how soon can my wife apply for EAD so she can start working too?
You may do so when your priority date is current. You should check with your employer's attorney.
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Your wife will be able to apply for an employment authorization card once the priority date is current and you both file applications for adjustment if status.
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