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This page serves as a toolbox of policy analysis and other resources aimed at helping inform communities about AB 60 (Alejo), legislation that provides driver's licenses for undocumented Californians. 




People studying

   Learn how to apply for an AB 60 drivers license! 

   Download a toolkit for community presentations!


Did you know? Starting January 1st, 2015, AB 60 driver’s licenses will be available for California residents regardless of immigration status. You do not need to provide a social security number or proof of legal presence in order to apply for an AB 60 driver’s license.

In the news

News story w/ license

   National Univisión, Sept. 24, 2014

   KPCC, Sept. 19, 2014 


AB 60 (Alejo) - Safe & Responsible Driver Act

Final Bill Language

Bill History

List of Documents for Drivers License Application / (En Español)

CIPC analysis & Resources

Policy Update: What's in AB 60? / (En Español) - 9/25/13

CIPC's Statement on Passage of Drivers Licenses - 9/13/13

Analysis of 9/6 and 9/12/13 Amendments 


National Immigration Law Center

California Department of Motor Vehicles

Frequently asked questions 

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