My green card was stolen years ago and got a new one filed more than a year ago and still haven’t received it. I’ve tried to get my permit multiple times but I was told that I couldn’t because I didn’t have a green card though I have proof of it. What do I do?
To apply for a driver's permit without your physical green card, consider using alternative documents that prove your legal status in the U.S. Typically, a state's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) accepts various forms of identification and legal status documentation.
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