U Visa EAD | U Visa Work Permit [Work in the United States]




The Biden administration announced in June 2021 that they will be granting employment authorization documents, also known as work permits, to any immigrant who has a pending “bona fide” U Visa application for nonimmigrant status. Before this policy shift, U Visa applicants had to wait years before they were allowed to work legally. But according to this new policy, U Visa applicants can apply for their work permits a lot sooner.


 

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