Thanks for a wonderful question that has been on people's minds with H1B Visa. I have done several transactions with clients on H!B Visa. It is not a problem at all. Prudential has our in house direct lender, Mr. Robert Tronolone who can get you qualified without a hitch. I will be very glad to find you a home and support you through the whole process from initial stages to a closing.
My cell # 732-371-8349.
The answer to your questions is simple. You do not need an EAD if you have your H1B. Getting a EAD number will terminate your existing H1B status.
So the answer to your question is yes. We are a major lender with an outstanding customer service platform. So if you need additional information or would like to speak to me I would be happy to take your call or e-mail.
Camille Marotta NMLS 9838 732-539-9300 Cell 848-223-7962 Office
Branch Manager #199
Residential Home Funding
7 Pelican Drive, Suite 3
Bayville, NJ 08721
1. Copy of the H-1B Visa.
2. Copy of the unexpired passport with I-94 (Arrival-Departure Record).
3. Copy of an approved I-797 form.
Shane Milne | Lending in all 50 states | NMLS #81195