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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Egypt
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I am in the process of obtaining my DL, and already obtained a Learner's Permit. Two days after I got my Learner's Permit, I received a letter in the mail from the DMV saying that my permit is canceled since the info I provided is not correct. I took a trip to the local DMV office with all my immigration documents, passport, and marriage certificate and asked them to fix the problem. The employee told me that it was no big deal and my information were just not updated on the S.A.V.E system. She explained to me that this is a very common problem that occurs to most new immigrants, and all I need to do is just call USCIS and ask a representative to update my information on the S.A.V.E system. She cleared the problem in the DMV system, but advised me to clear it up with USCIS as soon as possible to avoid facing the same problem with my actual DL.

Anyways, I called USCIS and a representative told me that they can't updated my info on the phone or online, and that I have to make an info-pass appointment to clear the whole miscommunication up between USCIS and the DMV... Which is not what the DMV employee told me...

Anybody has been through the same problem?


ROC Timeline

8/1/12: ROC window opens
9/4/12: ROC packet sent
9/8/12: ROC packet delivered to VSC
9/12/12: Check cashed
9/14/12: NOA letter received (NOA dated 9/10/12)
9/20/12: Biometrics letter received (Bio appointment 10/15/12)
10/12/12: Early biometrics walk-in

4/27/13: RFE received

6/17/13: RFE response sent

7/1/13: ROC petition approved

7/5/13: GC received in the mail.

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Hello,

This happen to me 4 yrs ago.. We made an info pass to out local USCIS and showed them all my documents. Ten days after I went back to Dmv to get my DL.


God is Great .. God is good... all the time..

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12/13/2010- SEnt The packet

12/22/2010- The packet was returned due to missing page.

12/23/2010- Resend the packet with complete pages.

12/29/2010- Check cashed in

01/03/2010- Receive NOA

01/10/2011- Email from USCIS for the Required Evidence( Finger printing)

01/26/2011-Biometric Schedule

02/07/2011-USCIS online status update-

02/12/2011- Received Interview Letter Scheduled March 14

02/12/2011- Received Descheduled letter

02/17/2011- USCIS online Status update

02/22/2011-New IL arrived schedule for March 29

02/22/2011-Descheduled Letter Again ( 2nd Time)

02/23/2011- I called USCIS and I was told new schedule in the computer for March 22

02/23/2011-USCIS ONline update....

03/01/2011-Interview Letter for March 22 @ 7:15 AM

03/22/2011- Interview and Oath; US Citizen

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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I am in the process of obtaining my DL, and already obtained a Learner's Permit. Two days after I got my Learner's Permit, I received a letter in the mail from the DMV saying that my permit is canceled since the info I provided is not correct. I took a trip to the local DMV office with all my immigration documents, passport, and marriage certificate and asked them to fix the problem. The employee told me that it was no big deal and my information were just not updated on the S.A.V.E system. She explained to me that this is a very common problem that occurs to most new immigrants, and all I need to do is just call USCIS and ask a representative to update my information on the S.A.V.E system. She cleared the problem in the DMV system, but advised me to clear it up with USCIS as soon as possible to avoid facing the same problem with my actual DL.

Anyways, I called USCIS and a representative told me that they can't updated my info on the phone or online, and that I have to make an info-pass appointment to clear the whole miscommunication up between USCIS and the DMV... Which is not what the DMV employee told me...

Anybody has been through the same problem?

while the DMV uses the info on the SAVE system (Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlement), does not matter what a DMV employee says, the DMV is not the administrator or owner of this system, the USCIS is. If the USCIS says you need to come in in person, you come in in person...


YMMV

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