I was born in the United States and have had a driver’s license for over 55 years. I used the Internet to obtain an appointment for my license renewal.
I printed the reply with my appointment and number. It took three weeks. I went to the place, didn’t have to stand on line, the workers were pleasant, and patient. But I could not renew as I needed my birth certificate.
My Florida license, Social Security card, and military ID were not acceptable. Since when do you have to prove you are born in America or need other proof of citizenship to drive in Florida? When and why has the driver’s license become our identity card?
Helene Schenker, Miami Beach