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How to Apply for a Texas Driver's License

To obtain a Texas driver's license you must show that; 1) you are a U.S. citizen or have lawful U.S. immigration status, and 2) you are a Texas resident. If you are not a U.S. citizen, the Texas Department of Public Safety confirms your immigration status with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. This verification could be immediate through an online system, or could take up to 30 days.


PROVING LAWFUL IMMIGRATION STATUS

As stated above, you must prove that you are a U.S. citizen or have lawful status to qualify for a driver's license.


U.S. Citizen:


If you are a U.S. citizen the following are some examples of documents you can use to get your license.

• Birth Certificate issued by a U.S state
• U.S. Passport
• U.S. Citizenship Certificate or Certificate of Naturalization


Lawful Status:

If you are not a U.S. citizen you may still qualify for a driver's license if you have certain immigration documentation. In general, if you are a permanent resident, a refugee or an asylee, you can be issued a driver’s license with a standard expiration date. Otherwise, your driver's license will expire when your status expires.

In a few examples, you may qualify for a driver’s license if you have: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), an employment authorization card, a pending U visa or VAWA application, or are in removal proceedings

This is not an exclusive list. For a full list of acceptable lawful statuses, please visit: • http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/DriverLicense/documents/verifyingLawfulPresence.pdf

To prove your lawful status, you must present certain immigration documents. This could include your permanent resident card or employment authorization card. Both of these cards can also be use to prove your identity. For a full list of acceptable documents, please see the above link to the TXDPS website.


PROVING TEXAS RESIDENCY

To qualify for a Texas driver's license you must be a resident of Texas for at least 30 days. This 30 day requirement is waived if you are surrendering a valid, unexpired driver's license from another U.S. state. To prove residency, you must present two documents from the TXDPS approved list of documents.

The documents must contain both your name and your address. Some examples are: a copy of your apartment lease, insurance policy, utility bills, W-2s, bank account statements, or school records. Again this is not a full list.

Please see the website below for a full list of acceptable documents.
http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/DriverLicense/residencyReqNonCDL.htm


IS THE DRIVER'S LICENSE TEST OFFERED IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES?


The knowledge test is available in English and Spanish. Driver's license offices cannot guarantee that the driving test can be administered in Spanish because it depends on whether a bilingual instructor is available. It is recommended to call the driver's license office ahead of time to confirm that there is a bilingual instructor.



Steps to Apply for a Texas Driver's License


1. Gather documents to verify your identity, social security #, immigration status, and Texas residency

2. Complete application

3. Go to your local office in person and show:
  • the application,
  • proof of TX vehicle registration or statement affirming you don't have a car,
  • documents proving requirements from #1, and
  • all required fees.
4. Pass knowledge and driving tests



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