Nationality: Syrian - no other nationalities.
Residency: I have always lived in Syria but for the last year, I lived in the UK where I completed my postgraduate studies. UK visa type in non-immigrant student visa - it expires in Jan 2014). I have no residency permit in any country.
Education: Masters Degree - Entrepreneurship & Management (United Kingdom)
Date of most recent entry in the USA: 03/OCT/2013. I also visited the US last April for 10 days.
USA Visa type: a 2 year multiple entry B1/B2 tourism visa.
Parents are on TPS Syria
Sister has green card
One uncle and one aunt have US citizenship.
You are not eligible for an EAD if you are on a B-2 visa in the United States.
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You cannot work in the US if you are on a tourist visa.
There are visas which do allow you to work in the US, for example, an H-1B Visa, but they require that you have a sponsor/employer.
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