New Mexico and Taiwan sign driver’s license agreement

The agreement takes immediate effect, allowing for easier license transfer

Taiwan News
Date: 2018/06/26
By: Scott Morgan, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The U.S. state of New Mexico and Taiwan have signed an

Governor Martinez (left) with President Tsai (Right) (By Central News Agency)

agreement to mutually recognize each other’s driving credentials, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced today.

The agreement will take immediate effect and is the 26th mutual recognition agreement between a U.S. state and Taiwan, reported CNA.

The agreement will allow for easier transfer of a driver’s license from a Taiwan issued license to a New Mexico issued one, and vice versa.

According to Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign affairs, 11,000 people have benefited from driver’s license agreements between Taiwan and various U.S. states.

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