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Is there an specific document required for Biometrics?

Anaheim, CA |

We filed an application for Authorization employment I-756, but what we need to know, is what type of documentation ID is required. For instance, the USCIS, requires a passport or national photo identification issued by your country, in this case, Can the consular identification card (AKA matricula consular) be a valid document to present at the USCIS for biometrics?

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Take a passport to avoid any problems.

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I agree, a passport is better than a matricula.

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Best to have a passport but a consular matricula is an official document too.

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If your paspport is not available then the consular ID card should be fine. DHS requires a government issued ID.