I applied for my employment authorization document's renewal on 27th December 2012 . On 14 Feb 2013 i got a request for evidence from USC IS asking about my funds , my spouses funds and explanations for the need for me to work . Please assist me with this . I have previously got my employment authorization document renewed once and everything went fine . Why do they ask for such things this time ? Is it a normal procedure or i really need to worry about it . Your assistance is highly appreciated
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You will have to provide more information regarding your current status and the principal application based on which you are seeking EAD.
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