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Congratulations bro indeed it's tge greatest of the month i guess
Yes am an asylee . So u think my employer knows about that or i need to educate him on that when the times?Are you an asylee? If so, your SSN should be valid without an EAD.
Is Nebraska your service center also? June 1rst will make my application one old , hope i am among the next in line to be approved.
I wish i were rich as u said. Just worried that i may charged with felony working with an expired EAd
That's a wonderful answer u deserve an award for that!!! I will check that as soon as i get home. Kudos broIf your social security card is not restricted you don't need the EAD card.
If you look at your social security card does it say anything other the your name and social security number?
If your card say: VALID FOR WORK ONLY WITH DHS AUTHORIZATION in that case you do need the EDA.
If it doesn't say that you don't need the EDA because your social security number is unrestricted.
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If you got your social security number after asylum approval it will not be restricted, if you had it prior to being approved for asylum, for example you case was pending long enough to get you one, your social security number would be restricted, and you can just go with I-94 and remove restrictions from social security administration office.That's a wonderful answer u deserve an award for that!!! I will check that as soon as i get home. Kudos bro
HEY GUYS! =)
Im trying to figure out when can I apply for citizenship. I would appreciate if you share your knowledge, thank you.
Asylum approved - from May 2019
Green Card approved - from April 2020
on their website says you're considering as a resident the day you got your Asylum approved.
So technically, May 2019 + 5 years = May 2024
You can apply 90 days earlier, so I can apply on February 2024?
Did I do my math correctly?