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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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It's been 7 weeks since I applied for California state ID, until now I haven't got my ID because DMV is waiting for approval from USCIS to issue me my state ID. Have anyone experienced the same?


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07/28/14= NOA1 text and email received
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08/15/14= Biometrics letter received
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09/18/14= AP/EAD online status "APPROVED" AND "MAILED"
09/26/14= AP/EAD card on hand
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02/10/14= NOA2 hardcopy received
03/05/14= NVC received
03/11/14= USem received
03/31/14= Medical Exam (Passed)
04/07/14= Interview (Approved)
04/14/14= CEAC status "ISSUED"
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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Yes, they will not give your state ID without approval nor certification/document from USCIS. I applied for my state ID here in Texas and when I received my ID its has a very short validity date coz they refer on my I-94, so will applied or renew once I have my conditional green.

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I was issued one with no problems (I mean, except the regular pain that is the DMV) in New York State, using my EAD as identification.


2013 7/15 I-129F sent, 7/18 received Dallas lockbox, 7/22 NOA1, 10/22 NOA2, 11/15 NVC Case Created, 11/20 NVC Shipped, 11/25 Consulate received, 11/28 Packet 3 received/returned, 11/29 Medical, 12/9 Packet 4 received

2014 1/9 Interview - Approved, 1/15 CEAC - Issued, 1/17 Visa in hand, 2/5 POE: LAX, 4/4 Married!, 4/8 AOS/EAD/AP filed, 4/14 NOA1, 5/7 Walk-in biometrics, 5/19 EAD/AP approved (expedited), 5/22 EAD/AP mailed, 5/23 EAD/AP received, 7/29 Interview waiver letter

2015 4/13 AOS approved (no interview), 4/22 Green card received

2017 1/17 I-751 ROC filed (VSC), 1/23 NOA, 2/28 Biometrics

2018 1/31 ROC approved

2020 1/14 N400 filed

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Isn't NYfamous for issuing state ID to illegals as well though?

I struggle to see what that has to do with anything. An EAD is worth 3 points out of the 4 required, as per NYS DMV's listed requirements.

Lucky you!

It wasn't luck, it's a valid ID document worth 3 points (out of a required 4) accepted by NYS.


2013 7/15 I-129F sent, 7/18 received Dallas lockbox, 7/22 NOA1, 10/22 NOA2, 11/15 NVC Case Created, 11/20 NVC Shipped, 11/25 Consulate received, 11/28 Packet 3 received/returned, 11/29 Medical, 12/9 Packet 4 received

2014 1/9 Interview - Approved, 1/15 CEAC - Issued, 1/17 Visa in hand, 2/5 POE: LAX, 4/4 Married!, 4/8 AOS/EAD/AP filed, 4/14 NOA1, 5/7 Walk-in biometrics, 5/19 EAD/AP approved (expedited), 5/22 EAD/AP mailed, 5/23 EAD/AP received, 7/29 Interview waiver letter

2015 4/13 AOS approved (no interview), 4/22 Green card received

2017 1/17 I-751 ROC filed (VSC), 1/23 NOA, 2/28 Biometrics

2018 1/31 ROC approved

2020 1/14 N400 filed

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I struggle to see what that has to do with anything. An EAD is worth 3 points out of the 4 required, as per NYS DMV's listed requirements.

It wasn't luck, it's a valid ID document worth 3 points (out of a required 4) accepted by NYS.

Was just trying to say it's easier to get state ID in NY compared to other states

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Was just trying to say it's easier to get state ID in NY compared to other states

I know. That's would be the accurate way to word it, as it's what's relevant here.


2013 7/15 I-129F sent, 7/18 received Dallas lockbox, 7/22 NOA1, 10/22 NOA2, 11/15 NVC Case Created, 11/20 NVC Shipped, 11/25 Consulate received, 11/28 Packet 3 received/returned, 11/29 Medical, 12/9 Packet 4 received

2014 1/9 Interview - Approved, 1/15 CEAC - Issued, 1/17 Visa in hand, 2/5 POE: LAX, 4/4 Married!, 4/8 AOS/EAD/AP filed, 4/14 NOA1, 5/7 Walk-in biometrics, 5/19 EAD/AP approved (expedited), 5/22 EAD/AP mailed, 5/23 EAD/AP received, 7/29 Interview waiver letter

2015 4/13 AOS approved (no interview), 4/22 Green card received

2017 1/17 I-751 ROC filed (VSC), 1/23 NOA, 2/28 Biometrics

2018 1/31 ROC approved

2020 1/14 N400 filed

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I struggle to see what that has to do with anything. An EAD is worth 3 points out of the 4 required, as per NYS DMV's listed requirements.

It wasn't luck, it's a valid ID document worth 3 points (out of a required 4) accepted by NYS.

What I mean is lucky you for a hassle free process. Here in Texas me and my husband file my AOS with my new name change on it and DPS Texas wont recognized my name change since the they don't recognized our marriage so ended up filing a court order for my name change.

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What I mean is lucky you for a hassle free process. Here in Texas me and my husband file my AOS with my new name change on it and DPS Texas wont recognized my name change since the they don't recognized our marriage so ended up filing a court order for my name change.

Ah, gotcha. Yikes! I knew it was easy in New York, but I didn't realize just how difficult it was elsewhere.


2013 7/15 I-129F sent, 7/18 received Dallas lockbox, 7/22 NOA1, 10/22 NOA2, 11/15 NVC Case Created, 11/20 NVC Shipped, 11/25 Consulate received, 11/28 Packet 3 received/returned, 11/29 Medical, 12/9 Packet 4 received

2014 1/9 Interview - Approved, 1/15 CEAC - Issued, 1/17 Visa in hand, 2/5 POE: LAX, 4/4 Married!, 4/8 AOS/EAD/AP filed, 4/14 NOA1, 5/7 Walk-in biometrics, 5/19 EAD/AP approved (expedited), 5/22 EAD/AP mailed, 5/23 EAD/AP received, 7/29 Interview waiver letter

2015 4/13 AOS approved (no interview), 4/22 Green card received

2017 1/17 I-751 ROC filed (VSC), 1/23 NOA, 2/28 Biometrics

2018 1/31 ROC approved

2020 1/14 N400 filed

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Ah, gotcha. Yikes! I knew it was easy in New York, but I didn't realize just how difficult it was elsewhere.

Ah, gotcha. Yikes! I knew it was easy in New York, but I didn't realize just how difficult it was elsewhere.

....and expensive too, sometimes we feel like a second class citizen cause we need to travel 600 miles (New Mexico) from the our place just to get married and now waiting for what may the court decision for my name change.

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....and expensive too, sometimes we feel like a second class citizen cause we need to travel 600 miles (New Mexico) from the our place just to get married and now waiting for what may the court decision for my name change.

I can sympathize with you. My husband and I spent almost 2 years apart because of DOMA, but it's been easy to put that behind us from living in New York where both the federal and state governments legally recognize our relationship. I'm so sorry/angry that this stuff continues to this day. The lengths you have to go to in order to deal with the everyday ramifications your situation is criminal (well, it should be).


2013 7/15 I-129F sent, 7/18 received Dallas lockbox, 7/22 NOA1, 10/22 NOA2, 11/15 NVC Case Created, 11/20 NVC Shipped, 11/25 Consulate received, 11/28 Packet 3 received/returned, 11/29 Medical, 12/9 Packet 4 received

2014 1/9 Interview - Approved, 1/15 CEAC - Issued, 1/17 Visa in hand, 2/5 POE: LAX, 4/4 Married!, 4/8 AOS/EAD/AP filed, 4/14 NOA1, 5/7 Walk-in biometrics, 5/19 EAD/AP approved (expedited), 5/22 EAD/AP mailed, 5/23 EAD/AP received, 7/29 Interview waiver letter

2015 4/13 AOS approved (no interview), 4/22 Green card received

2017 1/17 I-751 ROC filed (VSC), 1/23 NOA, 2/28 Biometrics

2018 1/31 ROC approved

2020 1/14 N400 filed

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I can sympathize with you. My husband and I spent almost 2 years apart because of DOMA, but it's been easy to put that behind us from living in New York where both the federal and state governments legally recognize our relationship. I'm so sorry/angry that this stuff continues to this day. The lengths you have to go to in order to deal with the everyday ramifications your situation is criminal (well, it should be).

Not everyone is so lucky. Indeed, there is no federal law protecting LGBT workers against discrimination based on their sexual orientation. And while some states and cities have passed their own protections, there are still 29 states where you can actually be fired for being gay, leaving more than half of all total workers vulnerable to employment discrimination.

Thanks for the sympathy though. :-)

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