If you are in the United States on a temporary basis but wish to work, Baybik Law Group PC can help you apply for the necessary permit available to those who do not have a work visa. Known officially as an employment authorization document, or EAD work permit, it’s available to asylum seekers, international students and aliens seeking an adjustment of status. It is a photo identification issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Located in the Scottsdale area and serving clients throughout Arizona, our firm helps noncitizens here on a temporary basis to legally apply for positions in the United States.
Our attorneys can help you with the filing of Form I-765, which starts a review that can take a few months. If your application is approved, your permit is issued with an expiration date. We can also assist if you already have a work permit that needs renewal. If you are seeking an adjustment in status, we may be able to help you combine this application with one for advance parole, which would allow you to exit and re-enter the United States.
If you require the legal authority to work in the United States, Baybik Law Group PC can represent you in your effort to obtain the necessary employment authorization documents. Call our Arizona office at 602-443-1144 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.