Immigrants in the country illegally who fraudulently obtained a California driver’s license before it was legal won’t get a new card until state authorities review their driving record.
California officials say 46,200 immigrants started applying for a driver’s license in the first three days that the state began issuing licenses to immigrants who are in the country illegally.
Hundreds of undocumented immigrants lined up Friday outside California Department of Motor Vehicles locations to apply for driver’s licenses.
The Department of Motor Vehicles expects big crowds on Friday, the first day undocumented immigrants in California can officially apply for a driver’s license.
The number of people making appointments to apply for a California driver’s license more than doubled in late November — a possible sign of demand for a new license that will soon become available to immigrants in the country illegally, an official said Monday.
California’s Department of Motor Vehicles is expanding office hours as it prepares to issue an expected 1.4 million licenses to people in the country illegally.
Mexican immigrants in the country illegally will need one form of valid identification from their country to apply for a California driver’s license while other immigrants will need at least two, state officials said Friday.
California on Friday proposed requiring immigrants in the country illegally to present foreign government-issued identification to obtain a driver’s license or go through an interview process using other documents to prove their identity.
As California’s DMV prepares to issue driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants, community activists are giving the agency plenty of feedback on how to roll out the program.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Thursday a bill enabling millions of immigrants the right to drive in California.
People living in the U.S. illegally would be able to seek a California driver’s license under a bill that passed the state Assembly.
The teen identified by the Orange County Coroner as the driver in a single-car crash that killed five teens – including himself — on Memorial Day, was driving without a license, the California Department of Motor Vehicles told CBS2/KCAL9 Wednesday.
A Southland woman whose son was killed by an unlicensed driver is fighting for tougher laws to make the roads safer.
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A California Department of Motor Vehicles employee and two others are facing several felony counts Friday after their alleged involvement in a fraudulent driver’s license and ID scheme.