You didn't tell us how someone on H-4 has an EAD.
Was Mr. Behar's guess correct.
Sure, if she has an EAD she can be self-employed.
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I assume the EAD is due to your having already filed an employment-based AOS applications.
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I suggest you speak to a experienced immigration lawyer to help you out. More facts need to be known to answer the question. How was EAD for H4 acquired?
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