Grand Junction, Colorado Springs, Lakewood and now Aurora are able to provide in-person full-service appointments for illegal immigrants.

For first-time applicants, they are qualified to sign up for an identification card or a drivers license.

Changes have been happening in areas that are in high demand with Aurora now being the newest DMV added to the list.

For those that cannot prove their permanent legal immigration status, an appointment is required at the DMV.

According to The Colorado Road and Community Safety Act, the state is authorized to issue an I.D., drivers license, or instruction permit for people who do not have that proof.

Senate Bill 19-139 is currently a bill here in Colorado from the Colorado General Assembly that hopes to have 10 offices that would issue the documents that are necessary by January 2020.

Those with proof don't have to worry about making an appointment except for the driving test of course.

SOURCE: The Denver Post