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    H4 EAD - Prior EAD Exists while on L2. New or Renewal

    Hi

    I am currently in H1 Extension for as part of my EAD and planning to apply EAD for my wife currently in H4. She already had an EAD while she was on L2 Visa 4 years back but that EAD is currently Expired. In I-765 there are 2 options to apply EAD, as a new EAD or Renewal of an existing EAD. Could you please let me know in which category we should apply. New or Renewal?

    Thanks
    Naveen

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