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Florida drivers license without ssn?

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Hi everyone!

 

I just received my receipt letters for adjustment of status, im pretty sure im not able to get a (1 year) DL without my ssn/ead. Looking at Floridas DMV website it says I have to have a SSN to apply, but they're also saying that if I do not have one, I should get a letter from Social Security Administration stating that I was never issued one. Now im not sure, if it's something i would be able to get? Or is it something for different situations? I did apply for SSN together with my EAD 

 

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05/24/2018 Package sent to Chicago Lockbox

05/29/2018 Package received

05/31/2018 Priority date

06/04/2018 NOA1 received via text and email

06/08/2018 NOA1 hard copy received in mail

06/15/2018 Received biometrics letter in mail

06/20/2018 RFIE notice in the system

06/25/2018 RFIE in the mail

06/26/2018 Biometrics done one day early

06/27/2018 Sent out answer to RFIE

07/02/2018 RFIE response received

07/11/2018 Case is ready to be scheduled for interview!

07/14/2018 Courtesy letter for medical received

 

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Wait for the SSN card if you have applied. It takes just about two weeks at most. You are in such big a hurry for the DL?


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No I mean it comes after my EAD, which takes around 4-6 months


AOS from ESTA

 

05/24/2018 Package sent to Chicago Lockbox

05/29/2018 Package received

05/31/2018 Priority date

06/04/2018 NOA1 received via text and email

06/08/2018 NOA1 hard copy received in mail

06/15/2018 Received biometrics letter in mail

06/20/2018 RFIE notice in the system

06/25/2018 RFIE in the mail

06/26/2018 Biometrics done one day early

06/27/2018 Sent out answer to RFIE

07/02/2018 RFIE response received

07/11/2018 Case is ready to be scheduled for interview!

07/14/2018 Courtesy letter for medical received

 

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