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Got EAD for UVISA and EAD for DACA accepted

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  • Got EAD for UVISA and EAD for DACA accepted

    I'm a little confused. I'm a UVISA beneficiary, my dad applied back in Oct. 2014, and I was his beneficiary. My EAD for DACA was approved back in March 27, 2017. And about a week or two later my dad calls me and says my EAD for the UVISA is at the lawyers office. (The DACA I applied for on my own, just in case y'all want to know) He tells me his EAD hasn't came in yet and has to apply for his EAD. Oh, and also 2 days ago my DACA has been fully approved. So how does all of this work?

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    Originally posted by arnold_Schwarzenburger View Post
    I'm a little confused. I'm a UVISA beneficiary, my dad applied back in Oct. 2014, and I was his beneficiary. My EAD for DACA was approved back in March 27, 2017. And about a week or two later my dad calls me and says my EAD for the UVISA is at the lawyers office. (The DACA I applied for on my own, just in case y'all want to know) He tells me his EAD hasn't came in yet and has to apply for his EAD. Oh, and also 2 days ago my DACA has been fully approved. So how does all of this work?
    When did you apply? When you received your DA? Did your case transfer to Nebaraska?

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    • #3
      Applied for which one? DACA? For DACA I applied back in December 2016. Apparently the UVISA EAD is at the lawyers office. Idk if it transferred or not.

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      • #4
        When your dad applied for U Visa?

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        • #5
          He applied back in OCT. 2014

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          • #6
            I applied in 7th October 2014. So you know what is exact date he applied? Thanks for your reply.

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            • #7
              Folow the U visa path , it has a way to a green card something DACA doesn't right now .

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              • #8
                I'm sorry. I just checked and we applied back in Sept. The receipt says September 10 2014

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by arnold_Schwarzenburger View Post
                  I'm sorry. I just checked and we applied back in Sept. The receipt says September 10 2014
                  Its all so confusing....

                  1) are you sure the card your lawyer got is in fact for your U visa and not for you DACA?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by arnold_Schwarzenburger View Post
                    I'm sorry. I just checked and we applied back in Sept. The receipt says September 10 2014
                    are you sure your said u visa ead or u visa defereed action letter is at the lawyer office because it seems strange that your dad ead not came in yet and your came in.
                    just curious.

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                    • #11
                      I'm sure. Because I applied for DACA on my own. The UVISA was filed with the lawyer, and the lawyer is in South Carolina and I'm in Georgia. OH, and I received my DACA EAD prior to my dad calling me and telling me the lawyer has the UVISA EAD.
                      Last edited by arnold_Schwarzenburger; 04-21-2017, 12:23 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by arnold_Schwarzenburger View Post
                        I'm sure. Because I applied for DACA on my own. The UVISA was filed with the lawyer, and the lawyer is in South Carolina and I'm in Georgia. OH, and I received my DACA EAD prior to my dad calling me and telling me the lawyer has the UVISA EAD.
                        You probably received a EAD based on your father's DA (at this point, the actual U-Visa is being given to applicants that applied around Feb 2014). So your father received a DA, and he needs to apply for EAD.

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