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Driver's License

Checklist for Obtaining a Non-U.S. Driver’s License

Make sure you have ALL the proper paperwork for your VISA status:

F-1 & F-2 Students
  • Non-U.S. Citizen Application (available at International Student Services).
  • Visa, Passport with Homeland Security Stamp and I-94.
  • Social Security card or Ineligibility letter from Social Security Administration.
  • I-20.
  • USCIS School Compliance (This MUST be signed by ISS Director Clay Labreche and taken to 201 Ginger Hall).
  • PROOF OF ADDRESS POSTMARK DATED WITHIN the last 30 days (this can be a letter, phone bill, utility bill, etc. that has been mailed to you. If you live on campus, you can go to housing for proof of address for your dorm).

OPT STUDENTS
  • Employment Authorization Card (EAD).
  • Non-U.S. Citizen Application (available at International Student Services).
  • Visa, Passport with Homeland Security Stamp and I-94.
  • Social Security card or Ineligibility letter from Social Security Administration.
  • I-20.
  • USCIS School Compliance (This MUST be signed by ISS Director Clay Labreche).
  • PROOF OF ADDRESS POSTMARK DATED WITHIN the last 30 days (this can be a letter, phone bill, utility bill, etc. that has been mailed to you. If you live on campus, you can go to housing for proof of address for your dorm).
 
J-1
  • Non-U.S. Citizen Application (available at International Student Services).
  • Visa, Passport with Homeland Security Stamp and I-94.
  • Social Security card or Ineligibility letter from Social Security Administration.
  • Form DS 2019.
  • USCIS School Compliance (This MUST be signed by ISS Director Clay Labreche and taken to 201 Ginger Hall).
  • PROOF OF ADDRESS POSTMARK DATED WITHIN the last 30 days (this can be a letter, phone bill, utility bill, etc. that has been mailed to you. If you live on campus, you can go to housing for proof of address for your dorm).