Starting on January 1, 2015, any eligible California resident will be able to receive a driver’s license, regardless of immigration status. Those applying who do not have a social security number or proof of lawful presence will receive an AB 60 license, which will have a visible distinguishing feature (to be determined).
Applicants will have to prove their identity and California residency to the DMV using a combination of documents. A current foreign passport and consular ID, or an expired foreign passport and foreign birth certificate (translated by the consulate) can be used to prove identity. California residency can be proved by the following documents: a lease, utility bill, tax return, medical record, record of a financial institution, or school records. If you do not have these documents, you can bring one of several other documents and a DMV employee will interview you to ensure that your documents are authentic and match your identity.
Applicants will need to complete a driver’s license application form at the DMV, including marking a checkbox that states that you are ineligible for a social security number if you do not have one. The fee is $33.
Additional information can be found at driveca.org
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