World June 13, 2023 | 9:35 am

Dominican Republic Senate and NY Assembly take “historic step” with project on driver’s licenses

New York.- A significant development has taken place as the New York State Senate and Assembly have passed bill S4329A, bringing the homologation of Dominican driver’s licenses one step closer. This legislative achievement is the result of bipartisan collaboration and marks a historic moment for New York, setting a national precedent in driver’s license recognition.

Senator Alexis Victoria Yeb, representing the María Trinidad Sánchez province, and Senator Luis Sepúlveda from the Bronx’s 32nd district, express their deep appreciation to Senators Kennedy and Skoufis, as well as Vice President of the New York Assembly, Phil Ramos, for their exceptional leadership and tireless efforts in making this groundbreaking legislation a reality.

“We extend our gratitude to our fellow legislators for their support and approval of this bill,” said Senator Alexis Victoria Yeb. “This legislative achievement is a significant milestone for the Dominican community in our city and fills us with joy and gratitude.”

Senator Luis Sepúlveda added, “This legislation opens the doors for driver’s license recognition from all countries worldwide. We take pride in New York pioneering this issue at the state level in the United States.”

With the passage of this law, Dominicans residing in New York State will have easier and quicker access to the benefits of their driver’s licenses, while faithfully adhering to the regulations and standards set by New York and prioritizing road safety.

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