The problem here will be completing the required I-9.
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If your H-1B expired, no new H-1B extension was filed and you have not yet received your EAD card, you may not be authorized to work until the actual card is received.
The problem will be with the employer and their requirement to properly complete the I-9. Without the actual EAD card in hand, the I-9 may not be able to be completed.
You may need to wait unti the EAD card is in hand.
Andrew M. Wilson, Esq.
Serotte Reich Wilson, LLP