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11.17.09.00.htm 11.17.09.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 17 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― DRIVER LICENSING AND IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTS Chapter 09 Proof of Age, Full Name, Identity, Maryland Residence, Social Security Number, and Lawful Status Authority: Transportation Article, §12-104(b) 12-301, 16-103.1, 16-104.2, 16-106, 16-115, and 16-121―16-122, Annotated Code of Maryland; 6 CFR 37
11.17.09.01.htm 11.17.09.01. 01 Purpose and Application.. The purpose of this chapter is to identify the documents acceptable to the Administration as proof of age, full name, identity, Maryland residence, Social Security number, and lawful status required for the issuance of a Maryland license or identification card as set forth in Ch. 390, Acts of 2009.
11.17.09.02.htm 11.17.09.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the Motor Vehicle Administration.. 2) "Birth certificate" means:. a) An original birth certificate or certified copy of the original birth certificate issued by a state or a territory of the United States; orb) Record of birth issued by the State Office of Vital Records or the equivalent agency in the applicant's state of birth.
11.17.09.03.htm 11.17.09.03. 03 Applicant's Requirements.. A. An applicant requesting a Maryland license or identification card shall provide verifiable documentation acceptable to the Administration. The documentation shall provide proof of:1) Age, full name, and identity as set forth in Regulation .04B of this chapter;. 2) Residency as set forth in Regulation .04C of this chapter;. 3) Valid SSN or the applicant's ineligibility for a SSN as set forth in Regulation .04D and .04E of this chapter; and
11.17.09.04.htm 11.17.09.04. 04 Source Documents for Proof of Age, Full Name, Identity, Maryland Residence, Social Security Number, and Lawful Status or Temporary Lawful Status.A. Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, an applicant for a Maryland license or identification card shall provide as applicable the documents specified in this chapter to the Administration as proof of:1) Age;. 2) Full name;. 3) Identity;. 4) Maryland residence;. 5) SSN or proof of ineligibility for an SSN; and.
11.17.09.05.htm 11.17.09.05. 05 Source Document Exception Process.. A. In accordance with 6 CFR §37.11(h) the Administration has established an exception process for the issuance of a license or identification card to an applicant who is unable to comply with all the source document requirements for proof of identity or residency.B. If an applicant is unable to comply with the source document requirements set forth in Regulation .04 of this chapter due to circumstances beyond the applicant's control, t
11.17.09.06.htm 11.17.09.06. 06 Renewal or Issuance of a Subsequent License or Identification Card.. A. This regulation applies to the issuance of a renewal or subsequent license or identification card.B. The Administration shall issue an applicant:. 1) A compliant or limited term license or identification card as defined under this chapter; or. 2) A noncompliant license or noncompliant identification card as provided for under Transportation Article, §16-122, Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.17.09.07.htm 11.17.09.07. 07 45 Day Temporary License or Identification Card.. A. This regulation applies to the renewal or issuance of a license or identification card.. B. In the event of a SSN non-match with the SSA, the Administration shall issue a 45 day noncompliant license or 45 day identification card only if the Administration has reasonable grounds to determine that the applicant otherwise meets all eligibility requirements for a license or identification card, with the exception o
11.17.09.9999.htm 11.17.09.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 7, 1987 (14:18 Md. R. 1967). Chapter revised effective October 28, 1991 (18:21 Md. R. 2310). Regulations .01, .02, .04 and .05 amended as an emergency provision effective March 27, 1992 (19:8 Md. R. 802) ―Regulations .01―08 repealed and new Regulations .01―09 adopted effective September 14, 1992 (19:18 Md. R. 1658)Regulations .03, .04, and .07―09 amended as an emergency provision effective April 1, 1997 (24:9 Md.
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