Q: Waiting on EAD it’s been 10 + month, can I use my Oder Of Supervision document instead to renew DL?
I have a Florida DL for more than 35 years, Had a green card, broke the law and now have an Order of Supervision indefinite. Each year I report to ICE, apply for EAD renew and than get DL. I know the law chances all the time but since COVID. I sent for my EAD back in March 2020, still have not gotten back not even the receipt, meanwhile I was not able to update my OoS, ICE been closed due to COVID. Just got my new date for Oder of Supervision 9/9/2021 inspection. The EAD still not back and those forms I-765 have last year info. Can I just use the Oder of Supervision as proof of legal status, along with my expired EAD card?
A: What documents are required in order to renew your license is a question for the DMV. Your EAD may be automatically extended based on USCIS actions taken during COVID. More information is needed. I suggest you consult an experienced immigration attorney or do your own research and/or contact the USCIS.
A: It depends on the DMV. You can try and worst they can do is decline. Best wishes!
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