Provides Oregon Resident "Driver Card" Without Requiring Proof of Legal Presence in the United States
Oregon Ballot Measure - Ballot Measure Number 88
Election: Nov. 4, 2014 (General)
Current law requires any applicant for an Oregon driver license or permit to provide proof of legal presence in the United States. Measure directs the Department of Transportation to issue a "driver card" to an applicant who does not provide proof of legal presence in the United States, but who has otherwise complied with all Oregon requirements for the type of driving privileges sought, has provided proof of residence in Oregon for more than one year, and has provided proof of identity and date of birth. The driver card may not be used as identification for air travel, to enter a federal building, to register to vote or obtain any government benefit requiring proof of citizenship or lawful presence in United States.