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Complete Form I-765 in a few easy steps

The Employment Authorization Document (EAD) Form I-765 is a legal work permit issued by the USCIS. The EAD Card allows foreign nationals to work anywhere in the United States of America.

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How to Apply for a U.S. Work Permit using Form I-765

Foreign nationals who are temporarily residing in the U.S. and are eligible to work may file an application for employment. The EAD card is issued for a specific period of time that directly depends on the applicant’s immigration status. Employers do not need to file a nonimmigrant worker petition if the foreign national has already obtained the EAD card.

Important: If you have received work authorization for a specific employer and/or a private business, you will not be required to obtain the EAD card.

Foreign nationals may file Form I-765 in the following cases:

  • EAD Application
  • EAD Renewal - Your previous card has expired.
  • EAD Replacement - Your previous card was lost/stolen/destroyed/contains wrong or expired information.

Who is eligible to file the Form I-765?
The following (but not restricted to) are eligible to file Form I-765:

Important: If you have received work authorization for a specific employer and/or a private business, you will not be required to obtain the EAD card.

Foreign nationals may file Form I-765 in the following cases:

  • Asylees
  • Asylum Seekers
  • Citizens of Certain Countries
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
  • Deferred Removal
  • Dependents of official foreign government
  • Domestic Servants
  • E1/E2 Treaty Trader or Investor's spouse
  • Family Members of Citizens or Permanent Residents
  • Fiancés and spouses of American citizens
  • Foreign Students seeking a specific type of employment
  • J-2 spouse or minor children of Exchange visitors
  • L-1 Intracompany Transferee spouse
  • Non-immigrant holders of U or T visas
  • Refugees
  • Temporary Protected Status applicants (TPS)

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