I’m a Military spouse, apparently I can’t get my military ID and get enrolled for medical coverage without ead and ssn (I know most foreign spouses get it with only passport and foreign ID, but i’m not Lucky, and they don’t want to do it for me unless I have ead)
Anyways, I was wondering if this was a valid situation to expedite ead?(I’ve been waiting for 4 months) I would need to see a doctor but without my military ID I cannot go on base or even see a doctor... it is really inconvenient and I was searching for some options.
I cannot go to on base legal since I can not enter base and my husband works during opening hours.
A request for expedite by a military spouse may be honored.
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Again, you should try since you do seem to fall into a category of individuals for whom request to expedite is warranted.
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