Amends GS 20-7, establishing that if an applicant for an identification card, learners permit, or drivers license from the DMV does not have a valid social security number (SSN) and is ineligible to obtain one, the applicant will swear to or affirm that fact under penalty of perjury. In such a case, the applicant can provide a valid Individual Taxpayer Identification Number issued by the IRS. The DMV will not issue an identification card, learners permit, or drivers license to an applicant who fails to provide either a valid SSN or a valid Individual Taxpayer Identification Number.
Provides that when a drivers license is issued to an applicant that provided an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, in no event will the license issued to such an individual expire later than four years from the date of issuance. Establishes that the fee for obtaining a regular drivers license with an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number rather than a valid SSN is $50, multiplied by the number of years in the period for which the license is issued. Makes a conforming change.
Effective October 1, 2013.
Bill S 622 (2013-2014)Summary date: Apr 2 2013 - More information
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