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Hi, me and my wife live in Taxes and both of us have New York state ID (Driving Livence), now i wana apply for citizenship. can i apply from Taxes or i do i have to go to NY for applying my citizenship because i have NY ID, and what should be the first step i take while applying for citizenship.

Thank you so much.

Khan

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Hi, me and my wife live in Taxes and both of us have New York state ID (Driving Livence), now i wana apply for citizenship. can i apply from Taxes or i do i have to go to NY for applying my citizenship because i have NY ID, and what should be the first step i take while applying for citizenship.

Thank you so much.

Khan

If you moved to another state, you probably should update your state ID.

But that said, your current mailing address will be what is used, not what is on your state ID. Its unlikely your state ID will even be used.


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Where does USCIS think you are living?

Most States require you to update your DL, License plates, etc... within 90 days. If your permanent residence is TX, then you should update your DL and file from TX.


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06/30/11 .. Package Delivered to Dallas Lockbox

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Oki, if i wana keep NY ID and my perminant mailing address at NY, and i wana apply from taxes, is there any requirement that you must have to have the ID of the same state, and i always file my tax documents from NY.

I am in texas temporaily or about next 2 months, so i was thinking when i am here in Taxes why not i apply for my immigration from Taxes, thats what i wana know but i dont know i can apply from here while having NY state ID.

thats what makes me confussed.

Thank you for your suggestions

Khan

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