You can work from India but not as a US employee. You can work as a consultant. If your EAD is based on oyur L you cannot work after your husband's L-1 status is terminated
Yes, with the guidance of a good attorney ... it might be possible.
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Contact Brigette Bennett at Bennett Law Center near Orlando.
She is an outstanding local immigration attorney:
Bennett Law Center
302 W Orange St
Groveland, FL 34736
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