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Trying to get Drivers license with EAD, case needs to verify, more waiting ..

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Hello,

The nightmare of waiting is not ended for us, with every step we have to wait and wait and wait, My husband went to get his drivers license after he received his EAD last week, the lady there tells him they have to submit paperwork to verify his case and she gave him a case number to check on uscis.gov/save . It has been a week already and that case keeps saying under review.. I called the DNV and they tell me some people takes them few days to verify and some weeks or even months..all this for a driver's license?? she goes we can not do anything unless home security verifies the case. Even with the EAD that my husband received in the mail and took with him ,they will not accept until his case be verified.

Has anyone been in this? we are in Michigan, i do not know if this applied in all States.

Thank you

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That happened to me... I was luckily verified the next day tho... DMV told me it normally verified within 3weeks


April 8th: AOS sent

April 11th: Recieved at Chicago lockbox [Day 0]

April 25th: NOA1 date (never recieved e-notifications) [Day 14]

April 29th: NOA1 hard copy recieved in the mail [Day 18]

May 9th: "Fingerprint fee recieved" [Day 28]

May 12th: Reciept number's start working on USCIS case status website [Day 31]

May 20th: Biometrics letter recieved [Day 39]

June 1st: Biometric appointment [Day 51]

​November 12th: Interview letter received ​[Day 216]

December 1st: Interview day! APPROVED [Day 235]

December 5th: Case status changed from "fingerprint fee received" to "Approved" post dated Dec 1st [Day 239]

Received approval letter in the mail for Green card [Day 239]

December 6th: "Card was mailed to me" [Day 240]

December 8th: Green card received in mail!!! [day 242]

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Good for you, lucky.. I am worried it will take long for us,

When i applied for my SSN it got approved immediately but SAVE said under review so I don't know how accurate SAVE status's are... I would call the head office in the state you live in and just ask them they can tell you the status of it also... Thad how I found out that I got approved I called Virginias head DMV office customer service number and they told me it was approved Edited by Moslund

April 8th: AOS sent

April 11th: Recieved at Chicago lockbox [Day 0]

April 25th: NOA1 date (never recieved e-notifications) [Day 14]

April 29th: NOA1 hard copy recieved in the mail [Day 18]

May 9th: "Fingerprint fee recieved" [Day 28]

May 12th: Reciept number's start working on USCIS case status website [Day 31]

May 20th: Biometrics letter recieved [Day 39]

June 1st: Biometric appointment [Day 51]

​November 12th: Interview letter received ​[Day 216]

December 1st: Interview day! APPROVED [Day 235]

December 5th: Case status changed from "fingerprint fee received" to "Approved" post dated Dec 1st [Day 239]

Received approval letter in the mail for Green card [Day 239]

December 6th: "Card was mailed to me" [Day 240]

December 8th: Green card received in mail!!! [day 242]

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When i applied for my SSN it got approved immediately but SAVE said under review so I don't know how accurate SAVE status's are... I would call the head office in the state you live in and just ask them they can tell you the status of it also... Thad how I found out that I got approved I called Virginias head DMV office customer service number and they told me it was approved

This is who i called today and she said that, she told me to keep checking online until it is approved there is nothing that can do about it.

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This is who i called today and she said that, she told me to keep checking online until it is approved there is nothing that can do about it.

Ahh okie... Hopfully things will be verified fast... Question tho did DMV photocopy your documents? They copied my passport, EAD, I-485 NOA and my k1 visa (although it's expired) over to Whoever it is that verifies the details so they can make the process go faster... Did they copy any of your documents? If not that could be the reason why it's taken so long Edited by Moslund

April 8th: AOS sent

April 11th: Recieved at Chicago lockbox [Day 0]

April 25th: NOA1 date (never recieved e-notifications) [Day 14]

April 29th: NOA1 hard copy recieved in the mail [Day 18]

May 9th: "Fingerprint fee recieved" [Day 28]

May 12th: Reciept number's start working on USCIS case status website [Day 31]

May 20th: Biometrics letter recieved [Day 39]

June 1st: Biometric appointment [Day 51]

​November 12th: Interview letter received ​[Day 216]

December 1st: Interview day! APPROVED [Day 235]

December 5th: Case status changed from "fingerprint fee received" to "Approved" post dated Dec 1st [Day 239]

Received approval letter in the mail for Green card [Day 239]

December 6th: "Card was mailed to me" [Day 240]

December 8th: Green card received in mail!!! [day 242]

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I had similar experience here in colorado . I was told because i didnt have the work authorization at the time i would have to go thru the save system. It meant going to a different dvm office with my original marriage certificate ssn ead and the noa's from immigration (which they made copies off). I was told it could take up to 8 weeks but mind took 2 weeks. I was then given the ok to get the learners permit (although i had been driving in my country and all over the world for 30 years)....

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I had similar experience here in colorado . I was told because i didnt have the work authorization at the time i would have to go thru the save system. It meant going to a different dvm office with my original marriage certificate ssn ead and the noa's from immigration (which they made copies off). I was told it could take up to 8 weeks but mind took 2 weeks. I was then given the ok to get the learners permit (although i had been driving in my country and all over the world for 30 years)....

yes, they made copies of all the documents my husband took with him, its been a week for us so hopefully it wont be long,

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