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Thread: USC Petition and EAD

  1. #1
    My grandfather, US Citizen, has filed for my father with a priority date of Dec. 2000. The I-130 has been approved and we are just waiting for priority date to be current. I am asking if my dad, mother, and sister (as a derivative because she was under 21 and umarried on the priority date and still unmarried and under 21) can get a work auth. and a travel permit? Our main concern is about the work permit.

    I am under the impression that they can get a work auth. since their petition is approved but waiting to adjust. Please advice. Thanks.

  2. #2
    My grandfather, US Citizen, has filed for my father with a priority date of Dec. 2000. The I-130 has been approved and we are just waiting for priority date to be current. I am asking if my dad, mother, and sister (as a derivative because she was under 21 and umarried on the priority date and still unmarried and under 21) can get a work auth. and a travel permit? Our main concern is about the work permit.

    I am under the impression that they can get a work auth. since their petition is approved but waiting to adjust. Please advice. Thanks.

  3. #3
    In normal cases, nope. But IIRC aren't your family covered under LIFE Act?

  4. #4
    marmaduk, can you explain more.

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