Florida Senate - 2011                                    SB 1604
       By Senator Siplin
       19-01592-11                                           20111604__
    1                        A bill to be entitled                      
    2         An act relating to identification cards; amending s.
    3         322.051, F.S.; providing that a Department of
    4         Corrections original certificate of identification or
    5         valid identification card is satisfactory proof of
    6         identity in order to be issued an identification card
    7         by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
    8         Vehicles; providing an effective date.
   10  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
   12         Section 1. Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section
   13  322.051, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   14         322.051 Identification cards.—
   15         (1) Any person who is 5 years of age or older, or any
   16  person who has a disability, regardless of age, who applies for
   17  a disabled parking permit under s. 320.0848, may be issued an
   18  identification card by the department upon completion of an
   19  application and payment of an application fee.
   20         (a) Each such application shall include the following
   21  information regarding the applicant:
   22         1. Full name (first, middle or maiden, and last), gender,
   23  proof of social security card number satisfactory to the
   24  department, county of residence, mailing address, proof of
   25  residential address satisfactory to the department, country of
   26  birth, and a brief description.
   27         2. Proof of birth date satisfactory to the department.
   28         3. Proof of identity satisfactory to the department. Such
   29  proof must include one of the following documents issued to the
   30  applicant:
   31         a. A driver’s license record or identification card record
   32  from another jurisdiction that required the applicant to submit
   33  a document for identification which is substantially similar to
   34  a document required under sub-subparagraph b., sub-subparagraph
   35  c., sub-subparagraph d., sub-subparagraph e., sub-subparagraph
   36  f., sub-subparagraph g., or sub-subparagraph h.;
   37         b. A certified copy of a United States birth certificate;
   38         c. A valid, unexpired United States passport;
   39         d. A naturalization certificate issued by the United States
   40  Department of Homeland Security;
   41         e. A valid, unexpired alien registration receipt card
   42  (green card);
   43         f. A Consular Report of Birth Abroad provided by the United
   44  States Department of State;
   45         g. A Department of Corrections original certificate of
   46  identification or valid identification card;
   47         h.g. An unexpired employment authorization card issued by
   48  the United States Department of Homeland Security; or
   49         i.h. Proof of nonimmigrant classification provided by the
   50  United States Department of Homeland Security, for an original
   51  identification card. In order to prove such nonimmigrant
   52  classification, applicants may produce but are not limited to
   53  the following documents:
   54         (I) A notice of hearing from an immigration court
   55  scheduling a hearing on any proceeding.
   56         (II) A notice from the Board of Immigration Appeals
   57  acknowledging pendency of an appeal.
   58         (III) Notice of the approval of an application for
   59  adjustment of status issued by the United States Bureau of
   60  Citizenship and Immigration Services.
   61         (IV) Any official documentation confirming the filing of a
   62  petition for asylum or refugee status or any other relief issued
   63  by the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration
   64  Services.
   65         (V) Notice of action transferring any pending matter from
   66  another jurisdiction to Florida, issued by the United States
   67  Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services.
   68         (VI) Order of an immigration judge or immigration officer
   69  granting any relief that authorizes the alien to live and work
   70  in the United States including, but not limited to asylum.
   71         (VII) Evidence that an application is pending for
   72  adjustment of status to that of an alien lawfully admitted for
   73  permanent residence in the United States or conditional
   74  permanent resident status in the United States, if a visa number
   75  is available having a current priority date for processing by
   76  the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration
   77  Services.
   78         (VIII) On or after January 1, 2010, an unexpired foreign
   79  passport with an unexpired United States Visa affixed,
   80  accompanied by an approved I-94, documenting the most recent
   81  admittance into the United States.
   83  Presentation of any of the documents described in sub
   84  subparagraph h. g. or sub-subparagraph i. h. entitles the
   85  applicant to an identification card for a period not to exceed
   86  the expiration date of the document presented or 1 year,
   87  whichever first occurs.
   88         Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 2011.