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I've lived in Georgia for over a year now, I arrived with no visa from England. I have just had my biometrics appointment.

I never learned to drive, but I am wanting to now. In England I lived in a city with no reason to drive! Here I live 8 miles from the nearest store!!!

I was wondering....does anyone know if it is possible to go to the DMV with a receipt and get a temp SS number in order to get a drivers lisence? Or do I have to wait for a greencard?


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I've lived in Georgia for over a year now, I arrived with no visa from England. I have just had my biometrics appointment.

I never learned to drive, but I am wanting to now. In England I lived in a city with no reason to drive! Here I live 8 miles from the nearest store!!!

I was wondering....does anyone know if it is possible to go to the DMV with a receipt and get a temp SS number in order to get a drivers lisence? Or do I have to wait for a greencard?

Hi it depends on what state your in so i suggests pls do a search online for dmv.org and choose your state. They have the requirements,address,phone numbers. Goodluck


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From Georgia DMV=

New Georgia residents applying for a license or permit must show some acceptable form of personal identification that includes full name, month, day and year of birth. After verification of full name and date of birth, documents will be returned immediately to the licensee. The following items are acceptable but must be Original or a Certified Copy:

Original birth certificate (State issued) State Vital Statistics (Hospital birth certificates are not acceptable).

Certified copy of birth certificate (Issued by Vital Statistics with affixed seal)

Certificate of birth registration

Certified copy of court records (adoption, name changes, divorce, etc.)

Certified naturalization records

Immigration I.D. card Immigration and Naturalization

Valid Passport

Military identification card issued by the United States armed forces.

In addition to providing personal identification, all applicants must provide proof that he/she is either a United States citizen or an alien with legal authorization from Immigration and Naturalization Service.

In order to prove legal authorization from the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, an applicant for an initial Georgia driver's license, permit or identification card shall furnish one of the following as proof:

Foreign passport with appropriate immigration documents;

Resident Alien Card (Form I-551);

Temporary Resident Alien Card (Form I-668);

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