You CANNOT list your expenses as "zero"! You must list your best estimate for clothing, food, lodging (accommodation, rent, etc.), transportation costs and so on and so forth.. If you don't prove "economic necessity", you will not be issued the EAD. Dont' be afraid, list all your possible expenses!
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I agree with my colleague.
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I agree with the other attorneys, list all your expenses. I also recommend consulting with an immigration attorney to review your application.
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