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I think the new rule allows you to apply for renewal 120 days before expiringIs the renewing process changed too !! my EAD Will expire on September 2021 ! when should I apply for renewing?
Because I am afraid of the gap between the old ead card and the new ead card.
Typically, new rules are not applied retrospectively. This is the norm. However, USCIS/Federal Agencies sometimes start applying new rules to old cases 'quietly'...nicodemously: They stop processing legitimate old cases, until they wait reaches 365 days, they reject existing application, they don't respond to cases etc.Any new information about this guys? the clock is keep running in previous filled applications (previous on 08/25), also on USCIS web page shows:
"Based Upon a Pending Asylum Application:
You cannot apply for permission to work (employment authorization) in the United States at the same time you apply for asylum. You may apply for employment authorization 365 calendar days after you file your complete asylum application. You may be eligible to receive employment authorization based on a pending asylum application if:
- You entered the United States lawfully on or after Aug. 25, 2020 (under limited exceptions, you may still be eligible if you entered the United States unlawfully on or after Aug. 25, 2020);
- For asylum applications filed on or after Aug. 25, 2020, you filed your asylum application within one year from the date of your last arrival into the United States (alternatively, an asylum officer or immigration judge determined that you qualify for an exception to the one-year filing deadline, or you are an unaccompanied alien child on the date the asylum application was first filed);"
In my personal opinion, maybe this normative is not retrospective, any other information guys?
Rosario class is not anything new. it's been around since 2018. it is guy who sued USCIS for the delay of his EAD. The jus=dge rules that USCIS should issue EADs in 30 days. The USCIS overruled this case in Aug 20, 202. It means that C8 EADs will take 3-6 months to be issued, like the other categories.Any information about this? Any recent example case?
If you read the new rule carefully it says:I mean, any information or case about someone who filled asylum aplication before 08/25 and filled EAD application after 08/25 about if the new rule of 365 days is applied or not to these cases ? The ead clock keep counting 150 days. Objective opinions thanks.
If you read the new rule carefully it says:
1) the part of rule about missing the one-year deadline and having a criminal history is not applied for asylum (I-589 not I-765) before 8/25.
2) the 365 days waiting period is applied to everyone regardless of whether they applied for asylum before or after 8/25. So, if you file I589, let's say in April 2020, you will have to wait 365 days to be eligible.
The USCIS case tracking status is not updated unless prompted by something. So, disregard 150 days there
https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/forms/i-765instr.pdfCould you show me the link to read the oficial final rule? I found this information in the federal registre oficial web page
“9. Specify the effective date: DHS proposed to apply changes made by this rule only to initial and renewal applications for employment authorization under 8 CFR 274a.12(c)(8) and (c)(11) filed on or after the effective date of the final rule, with limited exceptions.”