Oregon Driver Card Information

 

**DISCLAIMER: THE OREGON DRIVER CARD LAW IS NOW ON HOLD, PENDING THE 2014 NOVEMBER BALLOT RESULTS.** 

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

                        Mortgage agreement/payments

 

 

 

 

 

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. 

                   WANT TO KNOW MORE? JOIN OUR WORKSHOP!

 

You must also pass the Driver exam. You should study for the exam now, so that you are ready to take the exam in January. Instruction manuals are available in English and Spanish at every Oregon DMV.