My husband visited to US on L2 visa and applied for EAD, after 50 days he left US due to emergency in Home country.
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My husband visited to US on L2 visa and applied for EAD, after 50 days he left US due to emergency in Home country. Now, he has recieved RFE to submit I-94. But, my husband is not present in US. What can be done on this issue.
Without any delay contact his counsel of record and supply all correspondence of the RFE to that professional or retain one without any further procrastination.
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Nothing. When he comes back, he will have to reapply for EAD.
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