COVID-19 update from Legalpad


While there isn’t an exact playbook to follow, sometimes it helps to know your options.

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Review your expiration dates

For most of us, the expiration date can be found on your I-94. If you’ve recently traveled into the US, you can access your I-94 online using myUSCIS. If you’ve recently changed your visa status while you were in the US, check the date on the bottom right-hand corner of your I-797A approval notice. 

For our Canadian entrepreneurs out there, your expiration date can be found on your entry stamp.

Recent grads: this date will be on your EAD card and I-20.

Evaluate your timelines

If the expiration date is in the next 6 months, you’ll want to start on your visa extension sooner rather than later. If getting a green card is on your 30-60-90 day plan, now could be the time to accelerate that project. Our team is here when you’re ready to get started.

For recent grads in particular: make sure you reach out to your school’s international student support team to determine important dates for SEVIS updates and EAD application deadlines.

Office hours this Friday, March 27

We’re hosting office hours to answer your questions and address concerns you may have about your work visa options or status in light of the COVID-19 crisis. Uncertainty around travel restrictions, consulate operations, and visa processing could affect you. Legalpad is here to support you and help you through this!

Sara Itucas, Co-Founder and COO of Legalpad will be available from 8AM-12PM Pacific time.

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Other Resources

In addition to your local health officials, follow the World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control (CDC) for updates.

 

This page will be updated as new information is available. The information contained in this post should not be relied upon as legal advice.