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Permanent Resident and State Issues ID?

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I've been a permanent resident for about a year and I wanted to get a state issued ID. I'm looking through every document and I can't seem to find my I-94 card at all, and its listed as a requirement on the Maryland Vehicle Association website in order for me to get a state issued ID. What can I do? Is it possible to get a state ID without having the I-94? After all I am a permanent resident.

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I've been a permanent resident for about a year and I wanted to get a state issued ID. I'm looking through every document and I can't seem to find my I-94 card at all, and its listed as a requirement on the Maryland Vehicle Association website in order for me to get a state issued ID. What can I do? Is it possible to get a state ID without having the I-94? After all I am a permanent resident.

As a permanent resident your greencard is enough. You no longer need your I-94. The DMV lists the I-94 for those individuals who are on the US on a temporary basis where IDs and DLs are set to expire on the same date as the I-94. As you are a full time resident all you need to present is your gc as evidence of your legal presence in the US in addition to any other documentation required.

Good luck!


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As a permanent resident your greencard is enough. You no longer need your I-94. The DMV lists the I-94 for those individuals who are on the US on a temporary basis where IDs and DLs are set to expire on the same date as the I-94. As you are a full time resident all you need to present is your gc as evidence of your legal presence in the US in addition to any other documentation required.

Good luck!

Thank you so much for your quick reply. I'm thinking really hard and I don't think they even asked me to fill out a I-94 my last time entering the USA bcuz I had already been issued residency from the US embassy in my home country. I was worried, thanks again.

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