Breeder Document Law and Legal Definition

Breeder document are documents used for access to other forms of legitimate identification, such as a driver’s license, for the purpose of establishing a false identity. For example, a consular identification card (CID card), issued by the Mexican government to their citizens living in a foreign country, such as the U.S. is a breeder document. Such breeder documents can be used for facilitating consular notification to protect certain legal rights of cardholders, regardless of their residency status in a foreign country.