MI Drivers License Bill – Amended

What does this mean for Undocumented Farmworkers?

If you’re undocumented, you’re still not a “resident” and not required to have a Michigan driver’s license. 

You can still drive using a license from these countries

What changed as of 3/29/17

You now need your home country’s license translated into English, with your photo. 

Documented people from other countries — not on the list above — can now drive. 

You can use an International Driving Permit if your country recognizes them; or you can use a document that has your photo, is translated into English, and substantially corresponds to an International Driving Permit.

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