A new California law requires the DMV to issue driver licenses to persons that cannot offer proof of United States citizenship. The law will allow the DMV to adopt regulations that detail how applicants can prove their identity and California residency. The licenses will carry a special designation on the front and a notice that indicates it cannot be used to prove eligibility for employment or public benefits. Furthermore, the law prevents any discrimination based on the license.
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DMV required to issue driver licenses to undocumented persons
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