The Visa and License Integrity Act Law and Legal Definition

The Visa and License Integrity Act, introduced in the 108th congress by Jeff Flake prevent agencies of the U.S. federal government from accepting driver's licenses and state-issued identification cards issued by states that do not tie the expiration date of those documents to nonimmigrant aliens' lawful duration of stay. The bill was introduced to as a step to insure homeland security as a driver's license or state identification card is an essential tool used by illegal aliens to solidify their presence in the country.