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Old Mar 1st 2006, 9:16 pm
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My Driver's license expire last Feb. 23 and i cannot renew it cause i dont
have SSN! what can i do?
 
Old Mar 1st 2006, 9:33 pm
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Originally Posted by Tohc
My Driver's license expire last Feb. 23 and i cannot renew it cause i dont
have SSN! what can i do?
Get a SSN and not drive till you do?

Depends on your state really what the requirements are, so no one can really tell you can they without more info.
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Old Mar 2nd 2006, 1:17 am
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Get a SSN and not drive till you do?

Depends on your state really what the requirements are, so no one can really tell you can they without more info.

Shouldn't need a SSN - proof of legal status will suffice in most states.

Though DVD officials often have to be persuaded of this.

The information will be on the website of the state's DVD.
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Shouldn't need a SSN - proof of legal status will suffice in most states.

Though DVD officials often have to be persuaded of this.

The information will be on the website of the state's DVD.
Not in New Jersey
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Not in New Jersey

Sorry to hear that.


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The information will be on the website of the state's DVD.
you've got the DVD huh? Hmmmm....just DMV and BMV around here...yours soundso much more fun
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Originally Posted by Tohc
My Driver's license expire last Feb. 23 and i cannot renew it cause i dont have SSN!
If you don't have a SSN, how did you get the license you currently have?

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I think big changes are coming up in the DMV for all State..
The 2007 USCIS budget:

Discretionary funding of $134.9 million is requested for the cost:
(1) to operate an expanded Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) program to meet the new requirements of the REAL ID Act for USCIS to provide the various State departments of motors vehicles with immigration status information

http://uscis.gov/graphics/publicaffa..._budget_FS.pdf

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I think big changes are coming up in the DMV for all State..
The 2007 USCIS budget:

Discretionary funding of $134.9 million is requested for the cost:
(1) to operate an expanded Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) program to meet the new requirements of the REAL ID Act for USCIS to provide the various State departments of motors vehicles with immigration status information

http://uscis.gov/graphics/publicaffa..._budget_FS.pdf

I love acronyms....
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I love acronyms....
I love Krispy Kreme Donuts.
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Originally Posted by Ray
I think big changes are coming up in the DMV for all State..
The 2007 USCIS budget:

Discretionary funding of $134.9 million is requested for the cost:
(1) to operate an expanded Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) program to meet the new requirements of the REAL ID Act for USCIS to provide the various State departments of motors vehicles with immigration status information

http://uscis.gov/graphics/publicaffa..._budget_FS.pdf

(sigh)

Why don't they simply teach the DMV officials how to check the visas that are issued by their own government?

Airline check-in staff can do it, FFS...
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Old Mar 2nd 2006, 3:41 am
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you've got the DVD huh? Hmmmm....just DMV and BMV around here...yours soundso much more fun
Especially the one DH husband just brought back from a 'business' trip...

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Old Mar 2nd 2006, 4:32 am
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Originally Posted by Elvira
Airline check-in staff can do it, FFS...
errr....if dmv staff could do that, they'd be working for the airlines
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Originally Posted by Tohc
My Driver's license expire last Feb. 23 and i cannot renew it cause i dont
have SSN! what can i do?
What is your immigration status in the United States?
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Old Mar 2nd 2006, 12:30 pm
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errr....if dmv staff could do that, they'd be working for the airlines
Snirk - good one!

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