32-12-3.4. Evidence of social security number or nonwork authorized status to be presented with application. Any applicant under the provisions of this chapter who has been assigned a social security account number shall, on making initial application for an operator's license, motorcycle operator's license, restricted minor's permit, motorcycle restricted minor's permit, instruction permit, motorcycle instruction permit, or nondriver identification card, present to the examiner a Social Security Administration account number card. If a Social Security Administration account number card is not available, the applicant may present any of the following documents bearing the applicant's social security number:
(1) A W-2 form;
(2) A SSA-1099 form;
(3) A non-SSA-1099 form; or
(4) A pay stub with the applicant's name and social security number.
Any applicant lawfully present in a nonimmigrant status who does not present evidence of a social security account number shall present to the examiner documentation which demonstrates a nonwork authorized status.
Unless the applicant has been assigned a new number by the Social Security Administration, the department may not require documentation of an applicant's social security number if the applicant currently holds a driver license or nondriver identification card that meets the requirements of 6 C.F.R. 37 as amended January 1, 2015.
Source: SL 2009, ch 154, § 6, eff. Dec. 31, 2009; SL 2018, ch 190, § 1.
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