What they might be doing to go around the gov't is not get married. I'm not sure what the laws say, but I do know that they aren't "supposed" to be living together. If they are caught, they lose money. So, the don't get married, the dude doesn't put his name on a lease and whoala! A nice, rent-free apartment with food stamps, wic and a monthly check. If you don't believe this, go to the ghetto on the first Monday of the month. I will guarantee you that everyone has money that day.
Exchanging an Out-of-Country License for a Maryland License, Please Bring:
Proof of age/identity, lawful presence, verifiable social security number or proof of ineligibility, Maryland residence, Out-of-Country license(s), and the appropriate for each license for which you apply. fee for each license for which you apply. Please refer to Sources of Proof for required documentation.
- You must pass a vision test, knowledge test, and driving test.
- An Out-of-Country license may be valid or expired. The license cannot be suspended.
- If licensed for less than 18 months, you will be issued a Maryland Provisional License.
- If you have never been licensed in the U.S., you must complete a 3-Hour Drug & Alcohol Education Program.
- A valid U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) physical card or federal/MVA waiver (if applying for a Commercial Driver?s License) is needed.
- An Out-of-Country license may be required to be accompanied by an international driver's license or translated into English by an approved MVA translator.
- If you are from Out-of-Country, and have never held a license, you must obtain a learner?s permit.
Source Documents for Age and Identity
? Original or certified copy of a birth certificate (birth registration notices are NOT acceptable) filed with a State Office of Vital Statistics (OVS) or equivalent agency in the applicant?s state of birth (U.S. or territorial)*; or
NOTE: Puerto Rican Birth Certificates issued PRIOR to July 1, 2010 are NOT ACCEPTABLE due to a recent Puerto Rican Law invalidating them.
? Valid, unexpired U.S. passport*; or
? Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) issued by the U.S. Department of State (DOS), Form FS-240, DS-1350 or FS-545*; or
? Valid, unexpired Permanent Resident Card, Form I-551, issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
? Certificate of Naturalization, form N-550 or N-570 issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
? Certificate of Citizenship, Form N-560 or N-561 issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
? Unexpired employment authorization documents (EAD), Form I-776 or I-688B issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
? Unexpired foreign passport with a valid, unexpired U.S. visa affixed accompanied by the approved I-94 form documenting the applicant?s most recent admittance into the U.S*; or
? Unexpired employment authorization documents (EAD)*; or
? Any other documents designated acceptable by U.S. Department of Homeland Security and acceptable by the Administration.
*Also satisfies lawful presence requirements.
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