On Tuesday, May 3, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that immigrant workers, under certain categories, whose employment permits expire, will be able to continue working legally for 18 months after expiration. The temporary rule, effective immediately on Wednesday, May 4, “will help avoid gaps in employment for noncitizens with pending EAD renewal applications and stabilize the continuity of operations for U.S. employers,” the agency said in press release. Click here to read more of the article written by Daniel Shoer Roth in the Miami Herald.
You are here:/ / Many immigrants can now work legally in the U.S. for longer periods thanks to this new rule