SB13-251, known as the Colorado Road and Community Safety Act, went into effect on August 1. According to the Colorado Department of Revenue,
Senate Bill 13-251, The Colorado Road and Community Safety Act authorizes the issuance of a Colorado driver’s license, instruction permit or identification card to those individuals who either cannot demonstrate lawful presence in the U.S. or can only demonstrate temporary lawful presence in the U.S. beginning August 1, 2014.
You can find everything you need to know about the act at this webpage from the Department of Revenue. The page includes a listing of DMV locations participating in the program; scheduling information; FAQs; forms; fact sheets; rules; and more. Also on this webpage you can find a link to the new Spanish-language version of the Colorado Driver Handbook, which has just been released for the first time.
|Image of the new driver’s license courtesy of Colorado Department of Revenue.|
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