Bartlett & Weigle Law Blog | Ohio's new driver's license program - drastic limits on eligibility

Ohio's new driver's license program - drastic limits on eligibility

by Administrator21. October 2015 09:35

After initiating a program that most believed would dramatically increase driver's license eligibility for foreign nationals residing in Ohio possessing certain receipt notices, as outline in the previous post, the policy has clarified to only allow foreign nationals with proof of legal entry and presence in the U.S to obtain a driver's license through the Ohio BMV. Specifically, along with one of the previously mentioned receipt notices, a foreign national wishing to obtain a driver's license in Ohio must also provide all of the following documents:

 

1. A valid passport issued by the foreign national's home country;

 

2. A visa;

 

3. I-94;

 

4. Social security card (if applicable); and

 

5. Current proof of Ohio residence.

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