I am interested in working for an organization based in the US (with factory in China). The position is for teaching the children of the factory-workers in a school, with the school owned by the CEO of organization/company. They require work authorization EAD to work there (though it's tax exempt for employee) b/c the US organization pays salary. If I were to work for them in China with my current DACA EAD, can I renew from overseas (if I dont' have advance parole and can't return to renew---there are no physical presence requirements for renewal right?).
The U.S. does not require you to have an EAD to work in China, however you may be able to get your EAD extended. More to the point, the question is how will you return to the U.S. without an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa?
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
You do not need an EAD to work outside the U.S.
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EADs are only good for employment IN the US. They do not control employment outside the US. Additionally, to be outside the US, you would need to have advance parole, which might not be granted for work abroad.
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