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Old 05-25-2019, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by doreen View Post
How minimal the inconvenience is depends on your exact situation. For example, when my son got his NYS drivers license, he was under 21, and therefore was able to have a parent go with him to DMV and sign an affidavit that he lived with the parent (with proof of the parent's residence).
And making people re-verify their identity and citizenship isn't necessarily an easy thing either. Not everyone has easy access to things like birth certificates and (for people who changed their names) marriage certificates, especially elderly people. This article is about voter ID, but some of the same challenges apply here too.

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