I'm in the process of adjustment my status based on marriage case. I have received my combo card from USCIS which allows me to work in the US, I'm still waiting for my green card interview.
I want to open my own business (tours agency), Do you please think this ok?
If you are employment authorized, you can.
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Hi, your EAD allows you to do so. You can be self employed or work for someone else,
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Yes, once you have the EAD card, self-employment is allowed.
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You can work in the US, so you can set up your own business. Good luck.
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