Yes, they normally interview you. Your state may allow you to get a license, it depends on the state.
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Congratulations!! Yes, USCIS definitely schedules VAWA based I-1485 green card applications for an interview at the district office having jurisdiction over your place of residence.
Yes, you can take your I-360 approval notice, as well as your I-485 filing receipt to get your driver's license renewed. They have to. Ask to speak to a supervisor.
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Not an immigration question.
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Hello. Happy for you! Yes, do take the documents. Should you need an attorney:
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