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Getting a new Drivers License while waiting for removal of conditions.

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I've filed for the removal of conditions from my green card (marriage based) in February 2015. My green card expired in April and I'm trying to get a new drivers license by presenting my I-797 Notice of Action (aka extension letter).

I've made 2 trips to two different local DMVs (Chicago, Illinois) and in both cases I've been turned away. The first location did not even want to look at my documents and the second said I need I-797A not I-797. Not sure what to make out of this. My drivers license expires in three weeks and I would like to get a new one.

Any advice ?

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You can try this... http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/drivers/TVDL/home.html

You can also do an infopass and get an i-551 stamp in your passport which they should accept.


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The DMV In Chicago are very difficult. Even when you take all the required documents they will tell you to come back with Your green card or 797a. What I hated most when I tried to get a stated ID was that my visa must be valid for 6 months or more, which we all know k-1 issue for 90 days. I hope you find a office that will allow you to renew your license.


AOS Date Filed : 2015-05-27

Got rejection notice on May 29, 2015 for an incomplete application

Receive rejected application on June 6, 2015

Resubmit June 8, 2015

Delivered June 9, 2015

NOA Date : 2015-06-16

Bio. Appt. : 2015-07-06

EAD and AP Approved Date : 2015-08-14

Date Combo Card Received : 2015-08-21 (Received my card about 6hrs apart on the same day they sent an e-mail that they shipped my card).

Receive Potential Interview Waiver Letter: September 9, 2015 sigh!!
AOS Approved without interview 2015-10-08 :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :star: 3 MONTHS AND 22 DAYS AFTER NOA1 (F)
(L)In God I Put My Trust :star:

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