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To: Sabertooth
I guess the only question I have on this would be how exactly a DMV clerk will differentiate between a non-citizen and a citizen in order to obtain proof of legal residence or citizenship?

Let's say it's time for my little brother and you both to renew your licenses.

Will you be required to prove citizenship as I am sure he will be?
36 posted on 01/09/2003 9:44:36 PM PST by Luis Gonzalez (The Ever So Humble Banana Republican)
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To: Luis Gonzalez
>>I guess the only question I have on this would be how exactly a DMV clerk will differentiate between a non-citizen and a citizen in order to obtain proof of legal residence or citizenship?<<

In my state, you need to prove citizenship or legal residency to get an original license.

If you are a citizen or permanent legal resident (a condition which does not expire), your license is proof of status.

If you have a temporary right of abode, your license should expire along with your sojurn, and proof of extension should be required along with renewal.

47 posted on 01/26/2003 7:00:10 AM PST by Jim Noble
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To: Luis Gonzalez
Will you be required to prove citizenship as I am sure he will be?

Why not? Everybody would have to have their birth certificate for this, just like for a job application or security check. It's no big deal, especially if it will help send home people who are in the US illegally.

50 posted on 01/26/2003 7:31:33 AM PST by grania ("Won't get fooled again")
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