When I go visit my significant other in the naval bases, they ask for ID to enter so I currently use my CO driver license. But CO passed the SB-251 bill which gives undocumented a different license saying that it is "Not Valid For Federal Identification, Voting or Public Benefit Purposes". Will I be able to use the new license for entrance or should I present my DACA permit?
Your quesiton does not raise issues of US immigration law, despite the fact that you do use some immigration law buzz words.
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I think you should be able to. Federal ID is not something you need to visit a military base, I suppose. You need a state issued ID and permission to visit.
I agree with my colleagues. This is not really an immigration question - you should contact the base to determine what the acceptable forms of ID are to enter.
This question comes up a lot in Colorado. Unfortunately, many businesses and government agencies alike have refused to accept the new licenses, which contain the black bar at the top indicating it is insufficient for Federal ID purposes. The military bases here in CO are NOT accepting the "black bar" licenses for entry onto the bases. Coupled with a passport or employment authorization document, a person maybe admitted, but not without one of those items.
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