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Employment Authorization Document (EAD)

When a foreign national is given the right to live in the United States either temporarily or on a permanent basis, he or she is not automatically granted the right to work in the U.S..  Since so many people come to this country to take advantage of the opportunities for meaningful work, it is essential to understand whether you can legally work in the U.S.  If necessary, a Maryland employment immigration lawyer and begin the required steps to become authorized to work in America.

An employment authorization document (EAD) shows that you are permitted to  work in this country.  U.S. employers must ensure that you are allowed to work before you are hired, and securing proper authorization before taking a job is essential so you do not undermine your right to be in the United States.

An experienced Maryland employment immigration lawyer can help immigrants obtain an employment authorization document as well as help employers ensure they comply with the rules of EADs.  Miranda & Weisman is dedicated to helping immigrants make the most of the opportunities they came to America to enjoy.  We also help employers benefit from hiring foreign nationals who bring a unique perspective and new ideas to the workplace.

EAD/Work Permit Eligibility

Certain aliens living in the United States may obtain an employment authorization document to provide proof they are authorized to work.  Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, must be completed.  A Maryland employment immigration attorney can complete this paperwork for you to ensure that you have provided the required information and that you meet the qualifications for an EAD set by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

An employment authorization document (EAD) is commonly known as a “work permit.” A work permit is used for a specific period of time based on the applicant’s immigration situation.  Employers will want to see the EAD before they hire you.

More than 40 different immigration statuses can make you eligible to obtain an EAD, although some of these are very narrow and apply to only a small number of foreign nationals, such as citizens of Micronesia.  Examples of situations in which an immigrant might be eligible for an EAD include:

These are just a few of the many groups of immigrants who may be eligible to work in the U.S. and to obtain an employment authorization document.  If you are interested in working within the country, you should speak with a Maryland employment immigration lawyer who can assist in determining if you are eligible for an EAD.

At Miranda & Weisman, our attorneys will help you prove eligibility and complete all requirements and paperwork to obtain authorization to work.

Contact a Maryland Employment Immigration Lawyer Today

To thrive in the land of opportunity that America provides, you need to be able to find gainful employment.  An EAD makes that possible, and a Maryland employment immigration lawyer can assist you in obtaining the EAD.  Miranda & Weisman is dedicated to helping immigrants take advantage of all this country offers, so call today so we can help you to get started toward the career you have been dreaming of.  You can contact us by calling 410-321-4994, or by completing our online contact form.