This is a quick question about paperwork for getting a driving license,
specifically relative to the California DMV.
To get the learning permit, which I'll do in the next few days, I need
to present the I-94. This is fine - it's all present and correct, and I
have all the paperwork necessary to present myself, prove my legal right
to be in the country and then collect the permit.
But what do I do when it comes to getting a license? I still need to
prove my legal status, and it's possible - likely - that the I-94 will
have expired by that date.
I will, though, have already gone through the application for AOS.
At this point, will I have any form of evidence that would be sufficient
to prove my legal status to persons at the DMV and enable me to take the
driving test? I already have my social security number, and by that
point will have a permit - will any of this be sufficient to take the
test and be issued with a California driver's license?
Thanks for any advice and/or experience,
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