Hello. I am a Peruvian living in the USA. My VAWA was approved and I am waiting for the USCIS to give me a date for a green card interview. I live in New York. My sister lives in Miami and I want to fly to see her this Christmas. I do not have any documentation for myself except:
My Peruvian Passport
My work authorization (social security card)
My VAWA approval letter
Can I fly to Miami and fly back without any 113-8254327-7352211?
Please let me know.
I don't see any problem as long you you have deferred action status.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Yes, can travel domestically within the USA on your still valid Peruvian passport and/or EAD issued by USCIS.
You can also use your state issued ID/driver's license if you so wish - all these government issued "photo IDs" will enable you to check-in to your flights and successfully pass the TSA airport/flight security checks. Y buen viaje!
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