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California's Assembly Bill 60 that will allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses will go into effect on January 1, 2015, and this week, the state's DMV announced what identification documents it will require from applicants.
The DMV released a list of acceptable documents that applicants can submit to prove their identity, including foreign passports and Mexican electoral cards. In addition to that, the DMV will introduce a so-called secondary review, which will allow applicants to prove their identity by submitting tax returns or school paperwork, which will be followed by an interview. Unlike regular driver's licenses, the licenses for undocumented immigrants can only be used for driving, and will not be used for federal purposes.