NOTE: This provision of law was included in the Unconstitutional Statutes
Biennial Report to the Legislature, dated March 14, 2016.
§100.13. Operating a vehicle without lawful presence in the United States
A. No alien student or nonresident alien shall operate a motor vehicle
in the state without documentation demonstrating that the person is lawfully
present in the United States.
B. Upon arrest of a person for operating a vehicle without lawful
presence in the United States, law enforcement officials shall seize the driver's
license and immediately surrender such license to the office of motor vehicles
for cancellation and shall immediately notify the INS of the name and location
of the person.
C. Whoever commits the crime of driving without lawful presence in
the United States shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars,
imprisoned for not more than one year, with or without hard labor, or both.
Acts 2002, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 46, §1.