Work Authorization I-765

About the service

The Work Authorization Application, Form I-765, is a crucial component of the immigration process for individuals seeking the legal right to work temporarily in the United States. This application is commonly used by eligible nonimmigrants, asylum applicants, adjustment of status applicants, and certain other categories of individuals who are authorized to work in the U.S. for a specific period.

Benefits of the status/service

  • Legal Employment: Form I-765 allows eligible individuals to obtain a work permit (also known as an Employment Authorization Document or EAD), granting them the legal right to work in the United States for a specified period while their immigration status is valid.
  • Financial Independence: With a valid work permit obtained through Form I-765, individuals can pursue employment opportunities in the U.S., support themselves financially, and contribute to the economy.
  • Flexibility and Opportunities: Work authorization opens doors to a wide range of job opportunities, providing individuals with the flexibility to explore different career paths, gain valuable work experience, and pursue their professional goals in the United States.

Why RAM Law Firm

At RAM Law Firm, we understand the significance of obtaining work authorization for individuals navigating the complexities of the U.S. immigration system. Here’s why you should trust us to assist you with your Form I-765 application:

  • Expert Guidance: Our team of experienced immigration attorneys provides expert guidance and support throughout the Form I-765 application process, ensuring that all requirements are met and the application is submitted accurately and on time.
  • Comprehensive Assistance: We offer comprehensive assistance tailored to your specific circumstances, addressing any questions or concerns you may have about eligibility, documentation, or the application process for work authorization.
  • Efficient Handling: We efficiently handle Form I-765 applications, striving to minimize processing times and ensure that eligible individuals receive their work permits promptly, allowing them to start working and contributing to their communities in the United States.

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Frequently Ask Questions

  • Who is eligible to apply for work authorization using Form I-765?

    Eligibility for Form I-765 varies depending on immigration status, visa category, and other factors. Common eligible categories include certain nonimmigrant visa holders, asylum applicants, adjustment of status applicants, spouses of certain visa holders, and individuals with Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
  • How long does it take to receive a work permit after filing Form I-765?

    Processing times for Form I-765 applications vary depending on USCIS workload and other factors. Generally, it can take several months to receive a work permit after filing the application. USCIS provides estimated processing times on its website for reference.
  • Can I work in the U.S. while my Form I-765 application is pending?

    If eligible, applicants for Form I-765 may be authorized to work in the United States while their application is pending. This authorization is typically granted based on certain visa categories or through the provision of automatic employment authorization incident to status.
  • Do I need a job offer to apply for work authorization using Form I-765?

    In most cases, a job offer is not required to apply for work authorization using Form I-765. However, applicants must meet specific eligibility criteria based on their immigration status or category to qualify for work authorization under this form.
  • Can I renew my work authorization if it expires?

    Yes, eligible individuals may apply to renew their work authorization using Form I-765 if their current work permit is set to expire. It's essential to file for renewal sufficiently in advance to avoid a gap in employment authorization.
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