Utah Admin. Code R708-41-3 - Definitions

(1) Terms used in this rule are defined in Section 53-3-102.
(2) In addition:
(a) "acceptable document" means an original document, or a copy of an original document certified by the issuing agency, that the division shall accept for determining the validity of information submitted for a license certificate or identification card application;
(b) "alternate document" means a document that may be accepted when the applicant cannot present the necessary documents to establish identity or date of birth as required for a license certificate or identification card application;
(c) "covered humanitarian parolee" means a person who is a citizen and national of Afghanistan who has been paroled into the United States between July 31, 2021, and September 30, 2022, and certain immediate family members who have been paroled into the United States after September 30, 2022;
(d) "DHS" means the Department of Homeland Security;
(e) "exception process" means a written, defined process for persons who are unable to present the necessary documents and must rely on alternate documents to establish identity, date of birth, or US citizenship;
(f) "identity document" means an original, government-issued document that contains identifying information about the subject of the document;
(g) "full legal name evidence" means the name established on an identity document;
(h) "ITIN" means an individual tax identification number;
(i) "ITIN evidence" means an official document used to verify an individual's assigned individual tax identification number;
(j) "lawful presence or status" means that an individual's presence in the United States does not violate state or federal law;
(k) "lawful presence or status evidence" means a document issued by the federal government or approved by DHS, or the division director or designee, that shows legal presence of an individual;
(l) "SAVE" means the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements system;
(m) "SAVE verification" means verification of a document issued by the federal government through DHS, SAVE, or such successor or alternate verification system approved by the Secretary of Homeland Security;
(n) "SSN" means a social security number issued by the Social Security Administration;
(o) "SSN evidence" means an official document used to verify an individual's social security number;
(p) "SSOLV" means the social security online verification system;
(q) "Utah residence address" means the place where an individual has a fixed permanent home and principal establishment in Utah and where the individual voluntarily resides, that is not for a special or temporary purpose;
(r) "Utah residence address evidence" means a document that displays the applicant's name and principal Utah residence address;
(s) "veteran indicator" means the word VETERAN added to a driver license certificate or identification card during the application process at the applicant's request upon the applicant providing proof of an honorable discharge or general discharge under honorable conditions from the United States military.

Notes

Utah Admin. Code R708-41-3
Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2016-23, effective 11/8/2016 Adopted by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-01, effective 12/23/2021 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-11, effective 5/24/2022 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2023-23, effective 5/24/2022 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2023-24, effective 11/21/2023

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