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State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - Vermont

Bill/Statute: 23 V.S.A. § 603

Year Law Enacted: 2013

Effective Date: January 1, 2014

Name of Document Issued: Operator's Privilege Card

 

What are the eligibility requirements?

  • Provide proof of Vermont residence
  • Provide proof of your name, date of birth, and place of birth (with a valid foreign passport, valid consular identification document, or certified record of birth, marriage, adoption, or divorce)
  • Present a letter from the Social Security Administration indicating your ineligibility to receive a Social Security Number
  • Satisfy all other requirements for obtaining a license or permit                 

For more specifics, please visit: http://dmv.vermont.gov/licenses/drivers/requirements/identity/undocumented

 

How long is the card valid?

The license will be valid for 2 years.

 

Are there distinguishing features or language on the license?

The card is labeled "Driver's Privilege Card" and includes the following language: "Not For Federal Identification."

 

Is there an anti-discrimination provision in the law?

No

 

Is there a data confidentiality provision in the law?

No

 

This summary was prepared in January 2014 for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice. For questions, please contact CLINIC’s State & Local Advocacy Attorney Jen Riddle at jriddle@cliniclegal.org or (301) 565-4807. 

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