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problem getting state ID - Texas

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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It's gonna be a while before I study to get a permit, practice driving and actually get a driver's license. So I have read into some posts that says it's simple to get a state ID, because it's nice not having to carry around a passport all the time.

However, I went to the department of public safety and they say my I-94 has to be at least a year old as well as having 6 months before expiration date. I think that's a really ridiculous if not an impossible requirement. Can anyone shade me some light? Thank you!

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Each state has its own preliminary requirements to prove identity in order to get an ID or License. Texas requires just what you stated, an at least one year I-94 w/ a 6 month of validity left before you can use your passport to prove your identity in order to get a Texas ID/License. Wait until you get your EAD, or your greencard and go to get an ID then if you want. OR, I think some people have had luck by going another office, and showing their NOA1's for their AOS and being issued an ID.

Good luck,

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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I'm in Texas too, I had the same problem, had to wait until I got my EAD. Once you get the EAD, you can get a state ID or drivers license or permit. It suxs I know :angry:

Saludos,

Caro


***Justin And Caro***
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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Im in Texas and got a DL with an expired K1 and I-94

of course I had a valid Maryland DL, SSN and valid passport...


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12/05/2007 - Mailed AOS package

07/03/2008 - Received Welcome Letter and Green Card in Mail.

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