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Thread: What is "employment"

  1. #1
    With an expired EAD, while waiting for a renewal... how exactly does one comply with not working until new EAD arrives? For example, is it just not showing up at the office, being formally terminated from position, paid time off, unpaid time off...etc?? Does anyone know exactly what is allowed and expected in between EAD's?

  2. #2
    Technically it means being "employed". If you are in any kind of paid status from your employer you are still and employee and "working". You cannot be "active" in their employer files. It's possible you could take an "unpaid" leave of absence pending renewal of your EAD. Good luck.

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