Colorado Road and Community Safety Act
Senate Bill 12-251
On August 1, 2014 Senate Bill 12-251 went into effect. What does this mean for you? The Community Safety Act allows individuals who cannot demonstrate a lawful presence or who can demonstrate temporary lawful presence to apply for a Colorado State driver's license, instruction permit, or identification card.
If you can demonstrate a temporary lawful presence in the United States, you can apply at any of the state driver's license offices, however you will need to make an appointment to take the drive test.
If you are unable to demonstrate a temporary lawful presence in the United States you will need to make an appointment at the DMV. You can do so by calling (303) 205-2335.
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