Some states in the USA require applicants to pass a written test before obtaining the learner’s permit. The written portion of the U.S. driver’s test involves questions on road laws, safety procedures and more. Failure to pass the test is an automatic failure of the driver’s test. The syllabus for the written test is usually available in the form of a handbook or ebook/pdf & can be found on the state’s DMV website or at a DMV centre. The driving test usually involves two tests – one is to test maneuverability like parking, slalom etc. and the second test involves a driving on the road. Noncompliance to any rules, guidelines & safety protocols will lead to an automatic failure. Applicants can choose to practice driving & maneuvers at a local driving school in their district.Sponsored Links
Can Immigrants in USA Get Driver’s License?
Yes! Immigrants living in the USA can get their driver’s license. The ability to obtain a driver’s license for immigrants depends on their state of residence & their immigration status. The requirements for a driver’s license vary from state to state, some states require immigrants to provide/show their green card while in some states having a green card may not be a requirement. The most commonly required documents for immigrants while applying for a driver’s license are:
- ID Proof
- Proof of Residency in state
- Social security proof
- Native country’s existing driver’s license
- Additional documents may be required & this varies from state to state
International Driver’s License:
Once you have your green card, you can also obtain an International Driver’s Permit (IDP), which allows you to drive in 150 countries across the world. The International Driver’s Permit has the details of your driver’s license translated into 10 different languages.
Check your respective state’s requirements (documents & process) for obtaining a driver’s license by visiting the state’s website.Sponsored Links