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Good afternoon, I just wanted to fill you guys in on my experience renewing my MO drivers license today. I filed for EAD/AP/AOS early November and it's still pending. I took my US MO Drivers test in November using my I-94, Passport and K-1 Visa page but my license was only valid for the length of the I-94 document. Of course this expired a little while ago, and I have been unable to drive. So my wife emailed the DMV requesting information as to whether or not we'd be able to renew my license for the time being. There is very little information out there in this. I have included the e-mail below. I walked into the DMV today, and brought the following documents with me: Marriage Certificate Passport AOS Receipt (With stamped biometrics) EAD Receipt (The DMV scanned this document) Utility Bill (Something with my name on it tying me to the address I live) It took her a few tries of various numbers on the EAD receipt but it was approved for renewal of my DL. The process took about 10 minutes once I was at the desk. So those of you wondering about drivers licenses, e-mail the DMV and ask about your state's laws regarding it. Remember: Not all DMV staff are competent. I hope this helps someone out there!
My husband and I have nearly everything compiled for our I-130 application. All we were waiting on to send it off was a copy of our marriage certificate to come in the mail. We had previously moved to Ireland, and in the move, we somehow misplaced our original certificate. We know it's lying around somewhere at my husband's house in the UK, but we cannot locate it. I ordered a copy of our certificate from the website VitalChek. What I just received in the mail is a "Certified Statement Relating to Marriage." It states our Report Number, both of our names (including my maiden name), our marriage date, the recording county, and the date this document was issued. There is a raised seal on the bottom from the Bureau of Vital Records in Missouri. I've attached a picture of the document here. My question is, does this suffice as a copy of our marriage certificate? Or do I need to go through the lengthy process of getting it from the issuing county office? I was trying to save us time by ordering it through the Bureau online. Thanks very much for your feedback and advice.