ALBUQUERQUE – An Albuquerque resident and two illegal immigrants from New York have been indicted on felony criminal charges in two separate schemes to fraudulently obtain New Mexico driver’s licenses.
SANTA FE – State Taxation and Revenue Secretary Demesia Padilla today announced that the Motor Vehicle Division has entered into an agreement with Fast, a Colorado-based company, to modernize its information systems and to improve customer satisfaction.
SANTA FE – Taxation and Revenue Secretary Demesia Padilla today announced that State and Federal agents on Tuesday arrested three undocumented immigrants from Mexico who are accused of trying to obtain New Mexico driver’s licenses by fraudulently representing they were living in Albuquerque.
Santa Fe — Governor Susana Martinez says the new Heroes to Highways Program, helping returning veterans obtain New Mexico commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) more easily, will officially start tomorrow, Wednesday December 11.
ALBUQUERQUE – An illegal foreign national from Memphis, Tenn., has been indicted on fraud and forgery charges for allegedly helping other undocumented immigrants living outside the State to obtain New Mexico driver’s licenses.
SANTA FE – New Mexico residents receiving automated phone calls claiming to be from the Motor Vehicle Division offering cheaper auto insurance rates are being warned against potential insurance fraud.
CARLSBAD – Governor Martinez will attend the first MVD Community Appreciation Day in Carlsbad this Saturday to congratulate MVD staff and community leaders for working together to improve customer service by cutting down on the wait times at its Carlsbad office from more than 90 minutes to about four minutes in a four-month period.
SANTA FE - State Motor Vehicle Division was presented with Piñon Recognition Award today by Quality New Mexico as it begins to implement several proactive approaches to improve operational efficiencies and customer service.
SANTA FE – Two illegal immigrants from New York who responded to a newspaper advertisement to obtain a New Mexico driver’s licenses and then paid $1,500 each were arrested Tuesday in Albuquerque on charges of trying to fraudulently obtain those licenses.
SANTA FE – Two illegal foreign nationals, one of whom is part of a driver’s license crime syndicate, were arrested for fraudulently applying for a New Mexico driver license on Friday in Farmington.