Driver's License Integrity Act of 2003 Law and Legal Definition

Driver's License Integrity Act of 2003 was introduced by U.S. Representative Eric Cantor. The Act proposed to limit the validity of a nonimmigrant’s driver’s license to the period of validity of the nonimmigrant’s visa. Under this bill, a valid nonimmigrant visa is required for a nonimmigrant alien to obtain a driver's license or state identification card in the United States and such license or card shall be valid only during the validity period of the alien's nonimmigrant visa. It also directs the Secretary of Homeland Security to enter into discussions with appropriate State and local officials to ensure compliance; and provide grants to assist States in issuing licenses and cards consistent with such requirements. This bill is a step to insure homeland security. However, this bill is still not made into law.