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About the law
Types of licenses
If you are a temporary legal immigrant, you can apply at any of the state driver license offices. No appointment is necessary for a renewal, written test, application and review of documents or instruction permit. However, you will need to make an appointment for a driving test. You can make an appointment (use gray boxes) via our appointment scheduling website, at the offices that have scheduling capabilities or by calling 303-205-5901 to schedule a driving test.
Examples of these documents include a vehicle registration, medical records, pay stubs, rental agreements, bank statements, utility bill, phone bill, etc. Additional acceptable documents are listed at www.colorado.gov/dmv/proof-address.
Proof of tax return filing
If part-year, the taxpayer has to list the beginning and ending dates on the tax form. This information is contained on the Colorado individual income tax form, whether filed electronically or on paper. The DR 5714 form is also available here. If you do not have access to the internet, you can call the Taxation Call Center to request a copy of the DR 5714 form, at 303-238-7378.
"I, _______________, affirm that the foregoing is a complete and accurate translation from (insert name foreign language) to the English language to the best of my ability. I further affirm that I am fully competent to translate from (insert name of foreign language) into the English language and that I am proficient in both languages."
If interpreting during the test, the person performing the translation must provide an unexpired driver license or identification card number and their full legal name.
At this appointment, the applicant must present the following: