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Should I update my driver license after receiving the interview letter?

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Our family bought and moved to new house 1 month ago in the same state (Texas). We updated our new address with USCIS and made an appointment with DMV to update our address in Driver license (Due to Covic-19, DMV only accepts appointment). The appointment day is Sept 8th 2020. Yesterday, my wife received letter from Uscis for her naturalization interview on Sept 23rd 2020. So she has 2 options: 

1)  She goes to DMV appointment to update address. I afraid that ,in the meeting, they will destroy my wife's current Driver license (has old address) and give her a temporary Driver license  and later they will send  her new Driver License in the next 3 or 4 weeks which is after USCI interview.  Does USCIS accept the temporary driver license which is only a soft paper, not a regular driver license card ?

2) She doesn't goto DMV for new Driver License. In this case, Does USCIS accept her Driver license with old address? In order to explain to USCIS, what kind of document do we need to prove that she is living in new address (utility bill, deed, hoa document ...)?

Could you please advise me which option my wife should go with?

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Personally, I would wait for after the interview to go to the DMV.  You already reported the address change to USCIS, so it is easily explained.

 

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I would also choose option #1.

 

USCIS needs a state-issued identification such as a driver’s license but as mentioned, an expired one with a picture and paper version with the current address would work. If you can get a state ID, then that would also work but I don't know if you can have state ID and DL at the same time in your state (https://my.uscis.gov/citizenship/what_to_expect).

 

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