My Husband has currently an unusual "pending" asylum case for 2 years and I am under his application as his spouse. He has got his work permit(EAD) based on his asylum application. Am I eligible to get a work permit as a family member of applicant?
If the answer is NO, Can I apply for H1-B through an employer while my name is still in my husband application for asylum?
Not enough info to answer this questions. Some relevant questions would be: were you ever out of status? Did you also apply for asylum as a derivative applicant? Has the "clock stopped" (ask your lawyer to explain this)?
Consult with an immigration lawyer ASAP.
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You obviously need a consultation with an immigration attorney in OR, to discuss your specific situation. the question you ask suggests that. The question you ask is impossible to answer. You did not provide more information for it. The question you should have asked, would have sounded something like - is a derivative spouse of an asylum applicant, who was included but filed for derivative asylum as part of the affirmative asylum application, eligible for EAD along with her spouse as part of that asylum process - No. There could be a different version of the question: is a derivative spouse of an asylum applicant, who was included and filed for derivative asylum as part of the affirmative asylum application, eligible for EAD along with her spouse as part of that asylum process - Yes. You choose. The rest of the answers you will get on that consultation. Schedule one with a local immigration attorney.
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Yes, of you are listed in his asylum application as a spouse dependent, and provided the infamous "clock" did not "stop".
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More informstion is needed. Speak to an immigration sttorney.
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Your eligibility depends on certain information not provided in the question. Please seek the advice of an immigration attorney to clarify the requirements and make sure you are eligible. I agree with my colleagues that more information is needed and important preliminary questions must first be addressed such as if you have ever been out of status and the running of the "clock" etc. Good luck!
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