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I am undocumented. I own a vehicle thus registered to my name.

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I am undocumented. I own a vehicle thus registered to my name. Was sold to me when my home country license was still valid. Close relative and friends drive it. I'm moving and I'm thinking of finally selling the car for money. I have no social security to apply for ID or Driver license with the DMV. A state ID (only an id) was issued to me but expired more than 5 years ago. Am i still required to submit change of address once I sold the car? this is in CA.

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You do not have to submit any forms. All you have to do is sign the title of the vehicle over to the buyer.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you very much. Just submitted my tip I hope you got it.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Just to be sure, im just moving a different address in california. So i don't have to submit change of address to DMV CA, because i don't own any vehicle upon selling nor have any identification with them?

That's correct.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

thank you

You are welcome. Good Luck!

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