Interesting thoughts on the benefits of U.S. citizenship.
Renouncing USC or formally abandoning your LPR can have consequences that you may not have contemplated. For instance, many States in the United States will not issue or renew a driver’s license to a non-USC who has a certain immigration status.
Other States, such as Texas have extensive requirements, depending upon the immigration status of the former USC or LPR.
California laws restrict many non-citizens from having a driver’s license. California does accept a Canadian passport or birth certificate as a valid document and proof of eligibility. Also a valid Mexican border crossing card (aka “laser visa”) with a valid I-94 is acceptable in California. See, California DMV.
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