Illinois has enacted legislation that will allow undocumented immigrants who have resided in the state for one year to obtain a Temporary Visitor Driver's License (TVDL). Illinois joins New Mexico, California and Washington State in allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver's license. Illinois already issues TVDLs to foreign nationals who are legally present in the United States, but who do not have social security cards, such as spouses of foreign workers and foreign students. To qualify, an applicant must have resided in Illinois for at least one year and present a valid foreign passport or consular identification. The Illinois TVD is mostly indistinguishable from normal driver's licenses with the exception that it is marked "not valid for identification." The law is set to be implemented in the fall of 2013 and applicants will be able to apply at most Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles facilities.