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HB1016: Driver’s License Temporary Presence

Immigrants’ Rights
Bill Number: HB1016
Year: 2009
ACLU Position: Monitor
Sponsors: Rep. Court

Description:

Allows a person who lives in another state who owns or is employed by a Colorado business who has a valid license from the other state; and a person who is lawfully present and employed in Colorado for no more than 180 days in a 12 month period by means of a seasonal worker document issued by ICE, who is at least 16 years of age and who has a valid driver's license from their home country, not to obtain a Colorado Driver license. Allows the Department of Revenue to issue an ID card to someone with a license from another country.

Read the bill here.


Current Status:

02/03/2009 Postponed Indefinitely in House Transportation & Energy Committee



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