Dependent children on L-2 are not eligible for EAD; you should also ask your parents whether there is a permanent residence process in place for the L-1 parent so that you as children can also immigrate. If you do not do so before you turn 21, you are both going to lose your L-2 status because only children through the age of 21 are eligible to be L-2 dependents.
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