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I have a question in regarding IDs for citizenship interview. Hubby no longer has GC as they took it from him when he got I-551 stamp last year. The letter seems to imply you need two IDs. So he was going to bring state ID and passport along with a photocopy of his GC. However unfortunately he has lost his wallet along with his state ID. So he has gone to apply for a new one. He's got the yellow paper but the clerk said he won't have his new ID until 5 to 6 weeks. So he won't have it in time for his interview. Will the immigration office accept the yellow state ID paper with passport and photocopy of GC or will he need to reschedule?


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Because it says to bring GC and he doesn't have it anymore because they took it when he got his stamp last year. This is why we think he may need another ID. We have a photocopy of GC but I don't think that counts. I asked about it in N400 Minneapolis filers and they said they would bring another ID in it's place.


- I am the US Sponsor-

 

Removal of Conditions (pending)

 NOA1 - 2/27/2017

 Biometrics - 3/22/2017

 

Citizenship

NOA1 - 3/19/2018

 

pokemon-signature-278b875.jpg

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11 hours ago, corvusheart said:

Because it says to bring GC and he doesn't have it anymore because they took it when he got his stamp last year. This is why we think he may need another ID. We have a photocopy of GC but I don't think that counts. I asked about it in N400 Minneapolis filers and they said they would bring another ID in it's place.

The GC is not for ID purposes, so having his driver's license does not substitute. He has a reason for not having the greencard. And he has the I-551 in his passport to show, which equals a greencard.

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