Work Permit / Employment Authorization Document (EAD)
The process of obtaining a Work Permit, or Employment Authorization Document (EAD), is a vital step for many individuals in the United States who are awaiting decisions on their immigration applications, including asylum seekers. An EAD allows these individuals to work legally in the U.S. while their immigration status is being resolved. It is important to understand that a Work Permit is different from a visa or Green Card. It does not confer immigration status but provides the holder with the legal right to work in the United States for a specific period.
At Mokolo Law Firm, our experienced attorneys specialize in assisting clients with their Work Permit applications. Whether you are applying for a Work Permit for the first time or need help with renewal, our team is dedicated to guiding you through each step of the process. Mokolo Law Firm can help you with:
- Determining eligibility for a Work Permit
- Completing and submitting the I-765 Application for Employment Authorization
- Providing guidance on the necessary documentation to support your application
- Addressing any issues related to your current immigration status
- Renewing your Work Permit to ensure continuous employment eligibility
The team at Mokolo Law Firm has a successful track record of assisting clients from various countries in obtaining asylum and the necessary work authorization in the U.S. We understand the complexities involved in these processes and are committed to providing thorough and compassionate legal support.
For an initial consultation to discuss your Work Permit/EAD needs, please select from one of the contact options below.