23.3.150 REJECTION OF DOCUMENTS; TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN-LANGUAGE DOCUMENTS
(1) The department will not accept a document as
proof of identity, age, social security number, or residence if there is reason
to believe it has been altered, fraudulently obtained, or is fake, forged,
counterfeit, or otherwise non-genuine or illegitimate. In addition to the documents listed in ARM
23.3.129, 23.3.130, and 23.3.131, the department may require additional
documentation if there is reason to suspect that fraudulent, fake, forged,
altered, otherwise non-genuine or illegitimate documents have been submitted.
document in a language other than English may be submitted to the department by
an applicant as proof of identity, full legal name, date of birth, or residence
document is accompanied by a translation of that document into the English
translation is sworn to by the translator as being a true and accurate
translator is not related by blood or marriage to the applicant; and
translator is either:
by the American translators association;
by a court of competent jurisdiction;
(iii) approved by an embassy or consulate of the
United States or diplomatic or consular official of a foreign country assigned
or accredited to the United States;
with or approved by the US department of justice, immigration and
naturalization service, or a government jurisdiction within the US; or
attorney licensed to practice in the US.
History: Sec. 61-5-125, MCA; IMP, Sec. 61-5-103, 61-5-105, 61-5-107, 61-5-111, MCA; NEW, 2000 MAR p. 2524, Eff. 9/22/00.