I got my ead from my ex husband, who applied for asylum and I was a dependent on the application, we are divorced now for 8 month and am married to my new husband, my new husband is going to file for me in the next few month, I have a good job and am still using the ead I got from my ex husband, do I need to stop using the ead or can I continue using it? It is going to expire August this year.. is it going to affect me when my new husband file for me and again can I file 2018 tax with my new husband but we got married in 2019? Thanks
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Not a good idea to use ex’s EAD as you are now divorced
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