Hello there- I think you posted this exact question before. I would recommend reviewing the answers to that posting.
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1. Same expiration date as husband's. I-94.
2. See my answer 1 above.
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I agree with Mr. Behar ... your expiration will be tied to his expiration ... thus, renewal/extensions will be necessary.
Always file for an EAD extension at-least 100 days before it expires. Thus, you should file for visa/I-94 extensions 180 days before expiration.
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