Can I bring different state DL for neutralization interview since my other state allows me to keep the DL?
4 attorney answers
You may bring it but will probably bring you more issues than the issue you hope to solve.
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This seems problematic. First of all, it is not legal to have a DL for a state, if you don't reside there. Secondly, Naturalization requires residence in the state where application was made for a period of time, so if there is evidence you lived elsewhere this could also be a problem. you should consult an attorney before going to Immigration on this interview!
What state allows you to keep their DL ... even if you don't live there?
What state allows you to use an out-of-state DL if you now live in that state?
Part of the reason for asking that you bring this document is to show proof that you reside in the PROPER CIS district ... ie: the one in which they're conducting the interview.
I'm not so certain that this will be OK.
Have you thought about talking in private with an attorney?
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Yes but you also need to bring proof that you are a resident of your current address. Such proof may include income tax returns, lease contract, bank account statements and other documents showing that you are actually resident of your current address where CIS has jurisdiction over your naturalization application.