I lost my EAD Card, and I'm filling the Form I-765. Do I need to pay for biometrics fee along with the Form I-765?
Yes, a new biometrics fee needs to be submitted with the filing fees for replacement EAD.
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A replacement EAD requires filing fee and biometrics.
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Yes, a replacement EAD application requires a new set of fees. How soon after the initial issuance did you lose the EAD card? Is it possible that you have one of those EADs that can be renewed without paying again and that the expiration date is getting closer?
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My colleagues are correct.
Also, I suggest that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney about your case.
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