Possible, employers must employ employees who are eligible to work or who are authorized to work in the United States and to maintain an I-9 Employee Eligibility Verification.
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Not really if you hurry and apply for an EAD as part of your marriage based green card application.
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Possible but unlikely unless there are many others like you working for the employer. Regardless, you must tell the truth on the application.
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