DMV offers driver privilege cards
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is now offering driver privilege cards.
The cards are for individuals who are non-US citizens who cannot meet Virginia’s legal presence requirements.
The cards are available to those ineligible to receive a standard or REAL ID-compliant driver’s license in Virginia.
Customers may be eligible to obtain a driver privilege card if they meet the following criteria:
· are a non-U.S. citizen who is a resident of Virginia
· have reported income from Virginia sources or are claimed as a dependent on a tax return filed in Virginia in the past 12 months
· do not have a driving privilege that is currently suspended or revoked in Virginia or any other state, to include insurance-related infractions
In order to obtain a driver privilege card in Virginia, the following documents must be provided:
· Two proofs of identity (e.g., foreign passport and Consular identification document issued by country of citizenship)
· Two proofs of Virginia residency (e.g., monthly mortgage statement and utility bill)
· Proof of Social Security number (if one has been issued) or the individual’s taxpayer identification number (e.g., W-2 form or ITIN letter)
· Tax return documentation (e.g. Virginia Resident Form, Virginia Part-Year Resident Income Tax Return Form or Virginia Nonresident Income Tax Return Form, filed in the past 12 months)
All documents must be originals and are subject to verification; however, printouts of approved online residency documents may be accepted.
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