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Illinois seems ridiculously strict in comparison to my native state of Michigan. Thankfully, someone warned me before I went all the way across town that I would need 4 forms of ID to get an Illinois Driver’s
License. My old Driver’s License or State ID card counted as one, but I also needed my birth certificate, Social Security card, and either a current utility bill or copy of my lease.
The Illinois Secretary of State’s website lists different forms of acceptable ID, but basically they want four things: A state-issued identifier, proof of your birth, proof of your Social Security Number, and proof of your current residence. They are pretty picky about what they’ll take, so if you don’t have your Social Security card (for example), check the list to figure out what else is acceptable.
In addition to showing Obama’s Illinois driver’s license number, O150-0686-1221-0, it does show a clean record.
But what’s with the “Cont. Lic. Date” of 8-19-96? The date seems to be when he first applied for his Illinois Driver’s License, which he held consistently through its expiration date of 8-4-08.
Obama first moved to Chicago in 1985 and may have used some mass transit occasionally as a Community Organizer. Obama began attending Harvard Law School in fall 1988. In 1989, he worked briefly at the Sidley Austin Law Firm in Chicago, as a summer associate from Harvard, where he met Michelle. They had a "long distance relationship" until he graduated from Harvard in May 1991. Obama returned to be the Illinois head of "Project Vote" (affiliated with "ACORN") while Michelle is hired as a Chicago mayoral assistant. On Dec. 17, 1991, Obama is admitted to the Illinois Bar. Obama and Michelle married Oct. 3, 1992.
BHO definitely owned and drove a car while wooing Michelle in Chicago between summer 1989 and October 1992. THIS is from the “60 Minutes” interview last year, while they were reminiscing of their early years together:
A state-issued identifier, proof of your birth, proof of your Social Security Number, and proof of your current residence.
Social security number and proof of name and age are required. Documents such as valid driver's license, birth certificate, military I.D., along with other supporting documents are necessary. U.S. citizenship or Hawaii residency is not required prior to obtaining a Hawaii driver's license
Originally posted by Goethe
I think while you learn to drive, you should learn to research proper fact before commenting on something.
Why would anyone spend money on hiding their records or sealing them?
He was awarded FOREIGN AIDE MONIES FOR COLLEGE
This obviously means he was not born here.
Originally posted by Frankidealist35
I've just been through the ordeal of getting a learners permit replaced because I lost my wallet. A thought just occurred to me: if I have to have a birth certificate when I get my learners permit, shouldn't there be similar requirements to get a drivers license? What do you all think?