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I married a US citizen and in august 2018 I got the conditional Green card. After that, I visited my daughter’s house in another state and stayed there for a few months to take care of her. And I got driver’s license in that state too. I visited her a few times and each time I spent a few months. And does it count as residing? There is a question in I 751 asking if I have resided in other addresses after I got conditional green card, and I’m wondering if I need to include my stay in my daughters place in the form’s last page where it says additional info. If I do, can I explain in the letter I stayed in my daughters place is because she was pregnant and then she had a newborn? 

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34 minutes ago, Structure said:

I married a US citizen and in august 2018 I got the conditional Green card. After that, I visited my daughter’s house in another state and stayed there for a few months to take care of her. And I got driver’s license in that state too. I visited her a few times and each time I spent a few months. And does it count as residing? There is a question in I 751 asking if I have resided in other addresses after I got conditional green card, and I’m wondering if I need to include my stay in my daughters place in the form’s last page where it says additional info. If I do, can I explain in the letter I stayed in my daughters place is because she was pregnant and then she had a newborn? 

You got a drivers license in that state? That is something you only do in the state you LIVE in. Sounds fishy to me to be honest.

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Once you get a license in that state, you are now considered a resident of that state. It is illegal to hold a license in 2 states at the same time, you should have turned in your license from your previous state to get your new one issued. They usually void it by stamping it, or punching it with a VOID stamp punch. If you are currently holding valid licenses in more than 1 state, I would fix that problem first.


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45 minutes ago, Loren Y said:

Once you get a license in that state, you are now considered a resident of that state. It is illegal to hold a license in 2 states at the same time, you should have turned in your license from your previous state to get your new one issued. They usually void it by stamping it, or punching it with a VOID stamp punch. If you are currently holding valid licenses in more than 1 state, I would fix that problem first.

Thanks. I don’t have drivers license in the state I married my husband and I only got state Id since I didn’t learn driving back then. So I will record my time spent at my daughters house.

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4 hours ago, Structure said:

Thanks. I don’t have drivers license in the state I married my husband and I only got state Id since I didn’t learn driving back then. So I will record my time spent at my daughters house.

I think it's the same for state ID, not sure, but the rule of thumb is once you take a job, sign a lease or purchase property, or get a ID for the state you are a resident.


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You have to be State resident to get a DL.


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