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California ID Card - K1 Recipient - What documents will suffice?

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Has anyone had any experience with this? I am a bit worried that I will spend time going to the DMV for an appointment for my husband and we will be rejected because of documentation. Please let me know if you think we should be bringing anything else in addition. 


Here is what we plan to bring: 

Present an acceptable Identity document. PASSPORT WITH STAMP/I-94
Present an acceptable residency document. RENTAL AGREEMENT
Provide your social security number. SSN CARD
Provide your true full name. BIRTH CERTIFICATE
- GREENCARD appointment notice
- BIOMETRICS appointment notice
- one of wife/usc PAYSTUBs

new uscis site: https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov/ 


  • i129F sent: 29 January 2018 
  • old site received date: 31 January 2018 
  • new site received date: 5 Feb 2018 
  • NOA1 paper copy notice date: 5 Feb 2018 
  • NOA2: 7 Aug 2018



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