please, what should we do
What was the basis for his EAD?
You say 2 year probation, which implies he got a conditional greencard and not a work authorization card.
Thus, an I-751 mighty be needed.
Consult with an attorney, many of us use Skype.
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Your question does not provide enough information. If your husband is in the 2 year "probation period" that suggests that he has a 2 year conditional green card. If that is the case, he doesn't need an EAD - he needs to remove the conditions on his green card at the appropriate time. Consult with an immigration attorney to make sure you are doing the right thing.
You need an immigration attorney to guide you through this process. If he had his green card, he should be fine. If the two years are not yet up, he needs to remove the conditions when it is time. He should have done the employment docs when he applied for his green card. You need to bring all paperwork filed and all receipts to an attorney, or e-mail them to an attorney for a consult.
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