Wethersfield - The shutdown of a federal government computer for maintenance will prevent the DMV and AAA today from issuing licenses or identity cards to those non-U.S. citizens who need checks on legal presence in the United States. "We expect all offices to be working as usual on Tuesday when we open for business," said DMV Commissioner Melody A. Currey. Non-U.S. citizens will be unable to obtain on Saturday:
• A new Connecticut license or ID card, including an out-of-state transfer of a license or ID card.
• Renewal of a verified license or ID card, which requires a check for legal presence in the United States.
• A duplicate of a verified license or ID card. Duplicates are issued when these credentials are lost, stolen or need a name change.