Hello , last night someone stole my purse , and i lost my authorization card , i am married to U.s Citizen i applied for green card , and in two weeks i have appointment interview for green card . do i have to wait for green card response and not apply again for work authorization? can i get any document or proof that i had my authorization card so i don't get fired from my job , and can i replace the card without paying anything any ideas how to handle this? please help....
File a police report and obtain a copy for the interview. You can apply for a replacement of the work permit if the green card is not granted on the date of the interview.
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You should make a police report and then go throu the interview. Once approved, you will not need to recipe for EAD.
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You need to make a police report and can apply for a replacement card.
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Hopefully, you have filed the police report. Do not delay. This is important information. You will need this as supporting documents for your replacement application. If you don't submit it, this will cause a delay and your application process will take you longer because USCIS will forward a Request for Evidence requesting proof of purpose of the replacement card. Also, submit a photocopy of your EAD, if you have one.
Also note, if your EAD is lost, stolen or destroyed, it may be replaced by filing a new Form I-765 and filing fee. Be prepared to pay the filing fee unless a fee waiver is requested and approved.
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