I have a valid EAD and I-94 till 2014, but my L2 Visa is gonna expire next month.
Can I workin US with my EAD even though my visa has expired ?
Yes, visas are only used to enter the United States
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Yes, but you wont be able to leave the United States and re-enter unless you apply for an obtain a new visa.
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Yes. Your I-94 controls your status in the US.
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Yes, you can continue to work until the validity of your I-94. You mention that you have a valid EAD. I assume that you have a pending application for adjustment of status? Please make sure to extend your present non-immigrant status (if you can) before the expiration of the I-94 card even if you have a pending green card application. Also, in the event that you travel outside the U.S., you must come back with a valid visa or make sure you have an advance parole (if you have a ending green card appliction).
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