I can be employed in the states but i cammot re entry. My employer needs me to travel. what can i do?
I got my employment authorization card December 2012 through DACA. I graduated the same month and just got a job in a manufacturing/engineering company. For a year or so I'll be working locally but after a year I will have to leave the country on business trips ocationaly. Can my employer or I do something to allow my re entry to the states? What's this "sponsorship" I hear about?
Asked By: shogonzo - 3/17/2013
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You won't get a travel document for some trip that may or may not take place in the future... More
Answered By: pk - 3/17/2013
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all you have is a agreement that you wont be deported for 2 years .. you are NOT a legal resident in the US
Answered By: Frank - 3/17/2013
Instead of living in fear of being deported, the President gave you DACA and with it protection from deportation for 2 years, and he gave you the EAD, and with it the option to work. But it's never enough, is it? Now you want to travel internationally and are upset that you can't voluntarily leave the country and... More
Answered By: Brother_Hesekiel - 3/17/2013
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