strange, but if you received your green card, you no longer need an EAD. I would respond to them indicating that you received your green card already - I don't like to let things be with CIS
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I agree with Attorney Vaisman. The I-765 is only necessary so you can work while you are waiting for the GC to be approved - it is not a required part of the process of GC approval, and it depends on information that may not be directly related to the underlying application. Good luck!
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If by CG you mean green card, then no.
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