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Work Authorizaion on Defered Action

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    What if you filed your I-765 before March 2015, and didn’t list category (c)(14) (deferred action)?

    If you are a principal applicant, you should not need to file a new I-765. USCIS has said that if you already filed an I-765 with your U-Visa petition then they will convert that application to a request for the new temporary work authorization.

    If you didn’t file any I-765 then you should submit a I-765, listing category (c)(14).

    If you are a derivative applicant it may be different. USCIS has said that if a derivative has already filed and I-765 then that will be considered an application for the new, temporary work authorization under the deferred action category. But because of how USCIS assigns work authorization you would need to file a second I-765 application after receiving your temporary work authorization. This second application should list (a)(20) as the category.

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