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I have two EAD cards and two start dates, so which start date should i consider?

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  • DesiOPT-FaceBook-Fan
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    well your case maybe unique but don't worry it's not a big problem (touchwood). call uscis about this issue & they will resolve it & most definitely they will cancel one of your cards. good luck!

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  • DesiOPT-FaceBook-Fan
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    do one thing keep both the cards,,,if you lose one ,,,keep the other...

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  • DesiOPT-FaceBook-Fan
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    call uscis and let them know about ur issue.. i think thy can cancel one opt card.. and also inform ur institution abt it..

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  • DesiOPT-FaceBook-Fan
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    I feel you must report to USCIS about the issue and they will block one of the card...

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  • I have two EAD cards and two start dates, so which start date should i consider?

    Hey guys, you are doing a nice job in solving most of our problems. I hope there is a solution for a unique case of mine. First time I had applied for OPT I did not sign the cheque and hence I assumed that the items would be returned back and I applied for another application within a week consulting the ISO. I got the EAD card for the first one and I was happy but i received another EAD card with a start date a week later. so my question is which start date/ end date should i consider?
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