My employer is sponsoring for my PERM (EB-3). I-140 is approved, still waiting for priority date to be current. Maybe a couple more years before that happens. I just got married with a US-citizen, and we are trying to file for I-485, can I also file for I-765 at the same time? I am thinking of changing jobs, so would it be more flexible to have a EAD so I am not tied to a company? Thanks!
Sure, you can use your marriage as a way to get the greencard.
BUT, don't forget the I-130 ... to be filed with the I-485/131/765/862 & G-325 forms.
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Congratulations on your marriage! No need to file an I-765. Once you are granted conditional residence status as a result of your marriage and I-485, you are eligible to seek employment and work in America.
Stay with your current job until after you get your EAD card through your marriage -
file all the required form along with Bona Fide Docs with USCIS.
There are many forms that need to be prepared n filed, even you can legally do it. I'd STRONGLY recommend to hire an attorney
Sure you can file i 765, with the whole adjustment package. I would recommend to have an attorney helping you, just because people in EB3 often trying to adjust based on 245(i)...
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