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hey sorry if im posting in the complete wrong area..

husband got his work permit and looking for work but is there anyway he can get a nc state drivers license??? or No?

he can drive.

I'm Hannah & I'm from NC! MY husband is Nico & he's from Northern Ireland.

My husband entered the US on the VWP December 14, 2014, and I found out I was pregnant not long after arriving back home from N. Ireland. (I was visiting him there, and he came back home with me to visit and spend Xmas/his bday with me.)

We decided to get married Jan 16, 2015 as it was the right thing to do and I love him very much. (L):luv:

Feb 10, 2015 we sent away our AOS package containing i-485, 1-765, i-130, i-864, i-864a.

Feb 23, 2015 USCIS texted/emailed me saying the case was received.

Feb 28, 2015 USCIS mailed us

March 11, 2015 we received a RFE for the i-485.

April 6, 2015 husband went to biometrics.

April 14, 2015 we sent away the RFE and information requested.

June 24, 2015 went for our interview

Green card received in July!

Baby Caicey Andrea born 8/1/15 (L) (F)(L)

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The best place for this type of information is to go to your state's DMV website and see what they say.

In this case, it looks like the EAD card is acceptable, but please go to the website to be sure he meets all the other requirements such as Social Security number, proof date of birth, and so forth.

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