There is no appeal for a denied EAD as one may reapply if eligible.
However, without fully knowing the initial basis and grounds for your EAD submission, actual reasons for its denial, USCIS correspondence and its denial rational, your actual legal status and all present developments of your case as your situation may have changed making you either ineligible for EAD etc. thus, it is legally impossible to guide you accurately without all that crucial information.
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I agree with my colleague. Do consult an immigration lawyer for guidance.
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It sounds as if you are checking your case status online. You should receive a written notice soon -- it doesn't usually take long after they post the action online. If you don't receive the written notice -- you might see the online status change to notice undeliverable (if it was lost in the mail). Assuming you get the notice - you should meet with an attorney in person to go over all the details of how you applied for employment authorization -- and then review the reasoning given in the denial.
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Once you receive the notice, you should consult an immigration attorney.
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