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If you're not a U.S. citizen, you'll likely fall under one of the following three categories of individuals who are eligible to work within the us.
To be legally employed within the U.S, you're required to present legal documentation to an employer that proves that you're authorized to work in the U.S.
To obtain authorization to work within the U.S. or proof of your authorization incident to status, you want to file USCIS Form I-765 Application for Employment Authorization Document. Applicants must file before obtaining employment authorization.
Once the USCIS receives your application, they will process your application. You should expect to receive the following correspondence.
USCIS requires you to include a copy of each of these:
Also need to include two passport-style photo taken within the last 30 days as well as a check or money order to pay the USCIS filing fee.
FileRight application package preparation fee is $245.
USCIS filing fees to file Form I-765 is $410. You’ll also have to pay an additional $85 fee if a biometric service fee applies to your situation.
USCIS won’t refund your money, even if your application is denied. We’ll help ensure your application is correct and complete.
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