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Hello,

I have a question about traveling in the United States. I need to go urgently to Florida and as it is the only way for me to get there is with Greyhound Bus. I know that down in Fort Lauderdale and Miami they have a Border Patrol check for the Greyhound Bus. They will ask everyone to show there ID or papers that proof you are legally in this country.

Right now I have a valid EAD card. I also have a SS number. I’m still waiting for an Interview dated. I can’t get an ID or Drivers licens card from TN as they only issue such card to permanent residence.

So here is my question. If I get stopped at the Border Patrol check and give them my valid EAD card and show them my SS card will that be enough for them. Or can they still deport me. What else can I take along to help me get through the Border Patrol with out any problems? Please help.


Sep. 19-06 send AOS papers

Oct. 02-06 received NOS of papers

Oct. 02-06 received Biometric appointment letter

Oct. 11-06 Biometric appointment

Oct. 12-06 RFE for I-485

Dec. 05-06 USCIS recived RFE package

Dec. 15-06 Recived Email EAD approved.

Dec. 21-06 Recived EAD card in mail

Jan. 05-07 send AR-11 to HLS

Feb. 12-07 Recived SS card in mail

Mar. 09-07 Recived USCIS updat notification on change of address (at new address)

Aug. 01-07 Interview date

Aug. 01-07 Interview in Memphis. Approved

Aug. 12-07 Conditional GC in mail

May 01 -2009 Start of Removing Conditon of Residancy send I-751 off

May. 04-09 I-751 package deliverd at USCIS Vermont

May. 16-09 NOA for I-751

May. 29-09 recived Biometric appointment letter

Jun. 09-09 Biometric Appointment

Oct. 13-09 Letter arrived. Approved

Oct. 26-09 10 Year GC in mail

May 04 - 2010 Start of Natruralization process sent N-400

May 06 - 10 N-400 delivered to Uscis Texas

May 18 - 10 recived NOA

Jun. 14 - 10 Biometric appointment

Aug. 11 - 10 Interview appointment

Spt. 29 - 10 Oath letter asrrived

Oct. 21- 10 I AM AN AMERICAN CITIZEN

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I would take your Passport + I-94, EAD and any reciept notices from USCIS you've got for AOS.

You should be fine, they can't deport you, you have to go to court to be deported, and there it will be shown that you are pending adjustment of status so legally present. However to avoid having to go to court, have the documents I stated above on you.

A SS card doesn't prove anything BTW.

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Your EAD should be valid for these purposes, with your passport. Have you looked on the Customs and Border Patrol website? They may have a list of acceptable ID documents there.


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