Wisconsin Victory Against Illegal Alien Drivers License Is Near!

New applicants for Wisconsin driver’s licenses would have to show proof they’re legal U.S. residents under a Republican-authored bill the state Assembly approved Tuesday night.

The bill, which passed 62-35, would require anyone who applies for a driver’s license or a state identification card to show documents proving he or she is a United States citizen. The state Department of Transportation would be allowed to define what U.S. citizens could show to prove their residency.

Applicants from other countries would have to show proof of legal permanent or conditional residency, a valid visa, an application for asylum, valid refugee status or an application for legal permanent residency. Their licenses would expire when their residency runs out.

The measure now goes to the state Senate. If that body approves the bill, it then goes to Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle, who can sign it into law or veto it.

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