An I-130 does not authorize a person to remain in the United States. The fact that you filed the I-130 for your husband will not, by itself, make him eligible for a driver license.
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The simple answer is no; the I-130 does not give any immigration status. The I-130 is the first step to getting your husband legal in the US. Now your husband needs to adjust status based on your I-130. However, you mentioned that your husband is not legal in the US. You and your husband need to contact an immigration attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options. Do not file anything else into you speak with an attorney. This is one of those cases that having an attorney is going to make a huge difference. Good Luck
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Depending on the state. In Florida, I believe, it is only when he gets an employment authorization.
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No. An I-130 serves only to show that the government has determined you to be an immediate relative to your immigrant spouse. Because he has an immediate relative he is eligible for an immigrant visa without having to wait for a priority date. The I-130 does not give your husband legal status in the USA even if granted. He must file an I-485 Application to Adjust Status to that of an LPR in order to receive employment authorization or a DL in Florida.
Your husband may receive a temporary DL if he currently has a valid EAD, SS Card and visa. Check the website for the Division of Motor Vehicles for a list of sufficient documents in order to receive a license, or, go to your local DMV and they will provide you with a list.
Not till after you file the adjustment application.
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