EADs and Delays in Work Authorization for Your Family-- and Employment-Based Clients - Recording (.MP3)
In this intermediate session, our expert faculty will discuss employment authorization processing delays due to the biometrics requirement and COVID-19 for students, adjustment applicants, and L-2, E-3, and J-2 dependents.
- Students: Optional Practical Training (OPT)
- Adjustment of Status Applicants
- Employment-Based Nonimmigrant Dependents: L-2, E-3, and J-3 Visas
- How to Handle Long Delays
- How to Secure an Expedite with USCIS
- Court Action: Declaratory and Injunctive Relief, Writ of Mandamus
- Timing to Renew in Light of Processing Delays and Automatic Extensions
- Best Practices for I-9 Completion for Employer and Employee
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