World Esquire Law Firm | Aime Katambwe
I am going to make some assumptions in order to respond to your question since marrying a USC in and of itself does not entitle you to a Work Permit. Assuming that you came to the US with a visa and that you already filed an adjustment of status packet (that's when you file everything at the same time), then your I-765 EAD will be processed in the time that is prevalent in your jurisdiction. Now, if you are already working in order to support your family (with the USC that you married), you will be forgiven that indiscretion seeing that you are a USC's immediate relative. By law, you will receive your EAD within 90 days, usually less than that. In the jurisdiction I am in, it only takes 3 to 6 months tops to get a green card with a flawless application. If you do not get your EAD after the 90 days and there is no further requests from USCIS in order to complete processing it, then you can do an infopass appointment and request your EAD that way through a face-to-face with an Officer. Good luck!
Answer Applies to: California
Law Office of Immigration & International Trade Law | Linda Liang
If you could, all people need to do is to have babies. Unfortunately, it is just big wishful thinking.
Answer Applies to: Florida