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New Jersey Modernizing Motor Vehicle Licensing

Dave Aiello wrote, "The Newark Star-Ledger reports that New Jersey will finally upgrade its motor vehicle licensing system in order to reduce the incidence of identity theft and fraud. The new issuance procedure will begin in July and initially target 'people whose documents raised suspicions', including absent or incomplete Social Security Numbers, duplicate licenses that have been issued, and undeliverable home addresses."

"This process cannot begin soon enough. Many people in New Jersey know that the Department of Motor Vehicles is a national security risk. Today's procedures have numerous loop holes that have been abused for years. People who have entered the country illegally have used the DMV to legitimize themselves, and most law-abiding citizens have no idea that this takes place."

"Although delays at DMV offices may be lengthy, New Jerseyans should realize that an overall increase in the validity of drivers licenses is in everyone's interest."

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