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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill 8850 Form Updated

Instructions and Help about Fill 8850 Form Updated

This presentation is a guide to completing the Form I-765 application for employment authorization for OPT students. Many students have questions regarding the Form I-765, so this tutorial will answer common questions and provide detailed instructions on completing the form. To begin, it is highly recommended to download the current version of the Form I-765 from the provided link. It is recommended to complete the form by typing in your answers rather than handwriting them. Please note that the Form I-765 is subject to changes, and this video was made for the version released on May 31st, 2018. On page 1, Part 1 of the form, the applicant must indicate the reason for applying. If you have never applied for a work authorization document (EAD card) from USCIS, please check the for "Initial permission to accept employment." If you have applied for OPT in the past, please check the for "1c Renewal of my permission to accept employment." Moving to page 1, Part 2, provide information about yourself. Write your name as it appears on your passport. If you have had previous legal names, such as your last name before marriage, please write that in the "Other Names" section. On page 2, for question 5, enter the mailing address to be used for your I-765 application. This address is where all documentation regarding your case, including your EAD card, will be sent. It should be a residence where you intend to live for at least 3 to 5 months in the future. Make sure to write your name on the mail for successful delivery of your EAD card. Alternatively, you may use the address of Lascelles Office of International Services or a reliable friend or family member. In this case, write the person's name in question 5a, "In care of"...