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I'm not entirely sure how this works, but apparently there are some states in which this is easier than others (assuming you are in the US). I know many, many illegal immigra…nts who have North Carolina driver's licenses. For whatever reason, they can give an address in North Carolina, take the test at the DMV and get a license. You can obtain plates and registration the same way. I also know someone who is planning to do this in Michigan. Hope this helps! You can no longer do this in Michigan.my girlfirend has been trying to get a DL for months she recently went to Michigan after my telling her not to .I called to have them not issue her a DL and they told me that the laws there have changed .YOU CAN NOT GET A LICENSE YOU MUST SHOW GREEN CARD OR A VALID VISA .DONT EVEN THINK ABOUT TRYING THIS IN NEW JERSEY ITS A ONE WAY TICKET TO JAIL.
Answer I believe that all you need to go to Mexico is your driver's license (that's all we've used to drive there)...if you are a US born American citizen. However, if …you are not a US born American citizen...you'll require further documentation. I do not suggest taking your original birth certificate with you when you travel. A passport is a better option and easier to replace if lost or stolen. Answer Starting 2006 you will need to have a valid passport to travel between Mexico and the USA Answer As of now, you need a passport, and a drivers license to go thru the airport customs. According to the U.S. governments travel website and the department of homeland security, a passport is required to re-enter the USA by air. Land travel requires proof of identity and citizenship until June 1,2009 at which time a passport will be necessary. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Technically the above is correct BUT you willl have extreme difficulty boarding ANY International flight without having a passport as ID at check-in. After June 2009 the airlines have become really hard nosed about this. An " enhanced " drivers liscense is NOT a passport and will not be accepted at the airport .... those things are only for "driving " to Mexico or Canada BUT be warned, althought Mexico will maybe allow you in without a passort ( how much are you willing to pay as a bribe ? ) the U.S. Immigration will NOT allow you back into the U.S. without a passport Money buys anything in Mexico
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Not in Georgia. It has to have the raised seal. Don't know about anywhere else.
Yes! The following is from the Florida DMV web site: Florida law requires that you get a Florida drivers license within 30 days of becoming a resident of Florida. Y…ou are a resident if you do one of the following: * Enroll your children in a Florida public school * Accept employment * Register to Vote * File for a homestead exemption * Reside in Florida for more than six consecutive months
That depends on where you live. ex In Texas you can get a licence at fifteen. But in Virginia you have to be at least 15 and 6 months to get a learners permit and 16 and 3 mon…ths to get a licence.
Yes. Unless, of course, the offense for which he was convicted was driving related and his license was revoked AND no driving is a condition of his release.
yes. anybody can get a drivers license.
Most states do not require (or even accept) a birth certificate for a drivers license. Most states require a social security number and proof of residency to obtai…n a drivers permit.
I cannot imagine anybody accepting a copy of a birth certificate for anything. Why not just show them the original ?
No, but the copy can't be used to drive or as proof of ID
No, as long as you have proof of legal stay in the country and you are a permanent resident of a certain state.
Well that would depend on where you live as the laws are different from state to state, country to country etc.
What can you do if someone has photocopies of your drivers license social security number and birth certificate?
nothing cause you suck
No. The law changed a few years ago. Travel from U.S. to Canada (or any country, acutally) now requires a current passport.