take your ead and your birth certificate (translated ) to the social security office. congratulations. tom
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Congratulations! Just as my colleague mentioned, take your documents to your local Social Security office for processing. Remember it will only be valid for an initial 2 year period.
Don't forget you can request a Texas ID now as well - including a drivers license once you complete the requirements.
All the best!
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