About 30 percent of misprinted noncitizen IDs returned so far

Article author: 
Anthony Cotton
Article publisher: 
The Denver Post
Article date: 
20 September 2014
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 

The Colorado Department of Revenue said Friday evening that 158 of 524, or about 30 percent, of drivers licenses mistakenly sent to immigrants living in the United States illegally have been returned.

Last week, the department said a software glitch was responsible for the mistake. The 524 licenses did not have a black band near the top indicating that the license does not offer voting privileges and is not for "public benefit purposes" ...

In an email sent Friday evening, Serna [spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Revenue] said the department, "continue to actively work to get all cards retrieved as quickly as possible" ...