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Arată versiune întreagă : driver’s licence fara SSN



kate
01.10.2005, 00:24
Hello la toata lumea! Sper ca povestea mea sa ajute pe cei care doresc
sa obtina driver's licence fara SSN in California. Prietena mea a fost
la inceputul anului intr-o vacanta mai lunga in California. A ajuns
acolo cu o visa turistica B2 pe 10 ani. S-a dus la un Department of
Motor vehicles si a aplicat pentru o licenta. A fost intrebata
doar daca are SSN. Desi raspunsul ei a fost "No" au lasat-o sa dea
testul scris si apoi s-a programat pentru testul de road, pe care l-a
luat cu "flying colors". Acum are licenta de condus pe 5 ani. A plecat
din US la terminarea vacantei foarte fericitasmileys/smiley1.gif

01.10.2005, 02:49
Detalii suplimentare sunt pe Internet la:

http://www.dmv.ca.gov/dl/dl_info.htm#SSN

Acolo spune, printre altele, ca pentru permis
trebuie sa-ti dovedesti identitatea, statutul legal si SSN-ul. La
chestia cu SSN-ul se fac exceptii:

"If you are legally present in the
US, but ineligible for an SSN, you are exempt from
SSN requirements."


Asta pentru ca s-au gandit ca poate iti expira permisul din tara de bastina:

"If you are a visitor in
California over 18 and have a valid driver license from
your home state or country, you may drive in this state
without getting a California driver license as long
as your home state license remains valid."





Asadar, California este printre statele cu cele mai
liberale legislatii privitor la permisele de conducere. Numai ca
dezbaterile sunt in toi dupa 9/11 despre cum ar trebui uniformizata
legislatia la nivel federal si trebuie urmarit cum se va finaliza:


http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/library/htImmigrantDriverLicense (http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/library/htImmigrantDriverLicenses.html) s.html



"The <a href="http://www.gpoaccess.gov/911/" target="_blank" target="_blank">9/11
Commission Report</a> on the September 11th terrorist attacks contained a recommendation
that the federal government should standardize identification documents issued
by all 50 states, including driver's licenses. In the post 9/11 era, a series
of bills were introduced in Congress that would have required states to link
the expiration date of the driver's license or ID card to the immigrant status
of the cardholder. While these bills died in the legislative process, a more
extreme bill, <a href="http://domino.un.org/UNISPAL.NSF/0145a8233e14d2b585256cbf005af141/589bb036b1f63f2285256fa500530b74%21Open&#100;ocument" target="_blank" target="_blank">The
Real ID Act </a>(HR418), was introduced in January 2005. It sought to bar all
states from issuing driver's licenses to people who cannot prove they are in
the U.S. legally. The House voted 261-161 to approve the bill on February 10.
President Bush endorsed the act in February. Congress passed the act in April
2005. ..... </font>One of the measures would set federal standards for driver's
licenses, forbidding states from issuing them to illegal immigrants."

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La RealID Act, termenul "illegal immigrants" pare sa includa si cei care depasesc ("overstay") sederea legala:

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MORE DRIVER'S LICENSE SECURITY: Temporary driver's licenses issued to
foreign visitors by a state must expire when the visitor's visa
expires, with a maximum term of one year. Had this been in place prior
to 9/11, the illegal aliens among the terrorist hijackers who
overstayed their visas would not have had valid driver's licenses.

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