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The department may require that an applicant for a driver’s license provide reasonable proof of his or her place of residence. Any person applying for a driver’s license may present proof of residence in a form satisfactory to the department, provided that one or more of the following may satisfy a proof of residence requirement established pursuant to this section if it is current and shows the name and address of the applicant:
I. A government check or a government document issued by an official in the municipality of residence.
II. A paycheck, payroll document, or employment contract.
III. A lease or deed.
IV. Other documents issued in the ordinary course of business that establish that it is more likely than not that the applicant resides at the place claimed.
2006, 211:2, eff. June 1, 2006.
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