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for NY state this tells you

and yes ,  you can

https://dmv.ny.gov/more-info/resources-non-us-citizens

 

for other VJ members in NY or flying in and out of NY

interesting tidbit on the site says after October 2020 you can not use REGULAR NY license or ID to fly

need a special ID from then on

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The REAL ID allows K-1 visa holders to get state ID. But it must be done with planning and quickness.  

 

https://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php?title=California_state_identification_cards_for_K-1_visa_holders

 

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1 minute ago, Mike E said:

The REAL ID allows K-1 visa holders to get state ID. But it must be done with planning and quickness.  

 

https://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php?title=California_state_identification_cards_for_K-1_visa_holders

 

California rules apply to California applicants only


YMMV

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10 minutes ago, Etienne Nahayo said:

Nebraska your Aos have to be verified as pending. Most the time they can verify it.

Yeah that's Nebraska but other states will allow the person to get a ID regardless. That's why the state is imperative when asking a question such as this. 

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46 minutes ago, payxibka said:

California rules apply to California applicants only

Didn’t see a state in the OP. 

 

Regardless my comment about the REAL ID Act is true. States are free to give REAL ID to K-1 visa holders. 

 

Finally: plonk. 

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My fiancee had no problem getting a real ID state ID about a week after getting here. Problem is it was limited term and expired when her I94 did. We just went back to the DMV this past Friday and renewed it because we received her EAD AP card, and now it is good for a year. Once green card shows up she can get A full term 8 year license. But it works because it is better than her carrying her passport around all the time.

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10 minutes ago, Mike E said:

Didn’t see a state in the OP. 

 

Regardless my comment about the REAL ID Act is true. States are free to give REAL ID to K-1 visa holders. 

 

Finally: plonk. 

Didn't say anything to the contrary but the document standard in my state makes it impossible until the I485 is filed 


YMMV

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