This section provides essential updates and procedures regarding Form I-765V, such as address changes, compliance with travel restrictions, and steps to take if an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) is lost or stolen.
Change of Address
Applicants are required to inform the USCIS within 10 days of any address change. This can be done by submitting a completed Form AR-11, Change of Address, either online or by mail. It’s crucial to keep USCIS updated to ensure all correspondence is received without delay.
Individuals with pending Form I-765V applications should be aware that traveling outside the United States may impact their application. They are advised to consult with an immigration attorney before any international travel, as it might affect the outcome of their pending application or their ability to return to the U.S.
Lost or Stolen Employment Authorization Documents
If an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) is lost, stolen, or needs to be replaced due to errors, the individual must file a new Form I-765 along with the required fee, unless a fee waiver is obtained. A police report should be filed for stolen documents, and a copy of the report may need to be submitted with the new application for replacement.