Q: Can I get a drivers permit with a -765 approval letter in Florida
A: The actual work card issued in connection with the I-797 approval notice for the I-765 is what you would want to bring for issuance of a driver license in Florida.
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A: you will need the EAD card; not just the approval notice. Bring your social security card too.
Form I-765 is used to Apply for Employment Authorization
Required Documents at the DMV in Florida are:
• For Valid/expired Employment Authorization Document (EAD) with I-797 for I-765
indicating application prior to expiration of EAD or
• For customers applying for first-time EADs, an I-797 for I-765 indicating application
prior to expiration date of an I-94 or other USCIS-approved document must be
The length of DL/ID Issuance is One year from date of driver license or identification card issuance.
So, If you have your I-797 approving your I-765 which you applied prior to the expiration of your current EAD, you should be able to get a Florida Driver's License. Remember, you must show you filed your renewal before your EAD card expired. Be sure to take your EAD, SSC, FLDL, and a valid passport.
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