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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for New York on
Q: I won my asylum case and i submitted for my greencard this year I wanna get the travel document , I'm just confused.

On the application type what should i choose for Travel document

1. I am a permanent resident or conditional resident of the united states , and i'm applying for a reentry .

2. I now hold us refugee or asyle status , and I am applying for a refugee travel document

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Victoria Ledeneva
Victoria Ledeneva answered on Jun 4, 2020

If you have not received yet your permanent resident status ("green card"), you should choose option #2 "I now hold US refugee or asylee status , and I am applying for a refugee travel document" if you are applying for travel document.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Texas on
Q: Can EAD clock stops because of covid-19

Can EAD clock stops because of covid-19.

Victoria Ledeneva
Victoria Ledeneva answered on Jun 2, 2020

No. EAD clock does not stop because of covid-19. If you applied for asylum at least 150 days ago and still have not received an initial decision on your asylum application, you can file form I-765 and supporting documents with USCIS to request your Employment Authorization Document (EAD).

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