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Hello, i pray this message reach you in a good health, i have a question , my sister entered USA California with CR1 she is married to US citizen she is permanent resident , she got her California identification card month ago, we got confused with the expiration date in her identification card and her driver licence, she got 2 years in her identification card , and different expiration date in her driver licence , is this how they supposed to be? Eid said to all of you

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it's all tied to 'which ID' did she present to get the other ID.


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Darnell

Posted Today, 02:02 PM

it's all tied to 'which ID' did she present to get the other ID.

Thank you darnell ,

she got first Identification card immediately when she got her green card , the identification card will expire in the same date like her green card(conditional green card) 2 years since the port of entry date , she didn't get 6 years .after months she got her driver licence not with 5 years like she expected , she doesn't know if this is mistake or not? she got it on 2015 and its good until 2018, she talked to somebody she know in California he entered USA in the same date with same CR1 he got 5 years in his driver licence and something like that in his Identification card , we are confused , if she should call department of motor to give her 5 years in her driver licence or what to do?

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Hello, i pray this message reach you in a good health, i have a question , my sister entered USA California with CR1 she is married to US citizen she is permanent resident , she got her California identification card month ago, we got confused with the expiration date in her identification card and her driver licence, she got 2 years in her identification card , and different expiration date in her driver licence , is this how they supposed to be? Eid said to all of you

Salam

its not confusing to me as the ID ( la carte ) has different expiration date than the driver id ( permit )

in my state ( PA ) i was issued 2 years for ID and 5 or 4 years for driver id .

may be its different in your state but you can always go check with dvm for more explanation

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Salam

its not confusing to me as the ID ( la carte ) has different expiration date than the driver id ( permit )

in my state ( PA ) i was issued 2 years for ID and 5 or 4 years for driver id .

may be its different in your state but you can always go check with dvm for more explanation

Aid mobarak saaid

Aid mubarak said to you too, thank you for your answer

yes (la carte) ID has 2 years , the Driver licence (permit) was issued for different expiration date not 5 or 4,

she is in CAlifornia

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