To apply for the Oregon Driver card, you must be able to prove your age and identity. This means that you must have a photo ID, such as:
An unexpired passport; OR
An unexpired Consular ID (matricula consular)
You must also have Social Security Card, or a letter from the Social Security Administration stating you do not qualify for a Social Security Card.
You must also prove that you have lived in the United States for at least one year. You can prove this by providing your:
2012 Oregon tax returns; OR
Rental lease agreement; OR
**DISCLAIMER: THE OREGON DRIVER CARD LAW IS NOW ON HOLD, PENDING THE 2014 NOVEMBER BALLOT RESULTS.**
Oregon Driver Card Information
HOW TO GET YOUR OREGON DRIVER CARD
Andersen Law, LLC is working with LULAC Lane County to provide low-cost information about the new Oregon Driver Card law. If the Driver Card Law is passed on the November, 2014 ballot, we will hold a Driver Card workshop in December, 2014. This will be a safe environment to learn more and ask questions to representatives from the Oregon DMV and the Social Security Administration.
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