A logo (hologram) featuring a map of North America is now located on the back of North Carolina driver’s licenses; the same map found on the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America logo. According to Marge Howell, spokeswoman for the North Carolina DMV, the hologram is “a security element that eventually will be on the back of every driver’s license in North America.”  DL LOGO
That would include Canada, Mexico and the United States, last time I checked. It means that the harmonization and integration of North America into a union is moving forward toward the goal. Of course, a common security perimeter around North America (embedded in the latest immigration bill, H.R 1645) would make it possible to open the interior borders to the “freer flow” of people within the continent, for those with the proper North American ID.
All relevant data bases serving North America would be linked (available to authorities) and allow citizens of the three states of North America to use their official North American driver’s license or ID card (Real ID ACT) to move throughout the continent for business (jobs), pleasure or to relocate. Canada and Mexico would be responsible for providing the identification data of their citizens. 
The organization responsible for this driver’s license program is the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, which “develops model programs in motor vehicle administration, law enforcement and highway safety.”
The AAMVA “represents state and provincial officials in the United States and Canada who administer and enforce motor vehicle laws.” Mexico is also a member, but their states have yet to sign on.
This North American driver’s license is being brought to Americans by the Real ID ACT of 2005, which is supposed to increase security and prevent terrorist attacks in the United States. This is the legislation that sets the standard for a national driver’s license/ID. George Bush has delayed implementation for states until the end of 2009 because of opposition.
To obtain your mandatory machine readable North American driver’s license you will need to bring plenty of documentation for your data. This could include: birth certificate, permanent resident card, passport, social security card, W-2 form, recent utility bills. (Michael Chertoff, March 1, 2007, DHS) 
If you choose not to to apply for your North American license, you will not be able to access federal facilities, board federally regulated commercial aircraft, and a host of other agencies and programs to be named later by the Secretary of Homeland Security.
The North American driver’s license and other machine readable identity cards for American citizens are for the purpose of facilitating the movement of people across North America’s interior borders. Every North American OVD (Optical Variable Device)on a license allows police scanners to identify the jurisdiction and the person assigned that license.
Driver’s licenses (Real ID ACT) and passport cards containing RFID tracking technology have been scheduled for testing between Canada and the United States for use with the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America agreement (a North American Union). The potential abuses of this program are obvious and whoever follows George Bush (either party) will likely continue the policies. 
“This (North American driver’s license) is part of a plan by bureaucrats and trade groups that act like bureaucrats to little by little transform us into a North American Union without any vote being taken and without explaining to the public what they are doing. (Missouri State Rep. Jim Guest, Raleigh, N.C., July 28, 2007) 
It’s called incrementalism, used by a group of globalists to deceive the people of Europe as they developed a union over the last half century. All areas of the economy were harmonized and integrated. Borders were opened. People began to migrate. Patterns developed among the nations. A parliament and other institutions were formed to take care of common issues, and, like a cancer, began destroying the sovereignty of the member states. Multiculturalism was pushed. A slogan was developed: Diversity is our Strength. And EU propaganda teaches the citizens to think of themselves as Europeans. Does this sound familiar? 
Seizing the moment, leaders of the conspiracy are now pushing a European Constitution, which would continue the process of creating a European superstate, with a president, foreign policy, flag, etc. This new state would exercise sovereignty over the member states. Meanwhile, leaders of these member states are refusing to let their citizens have a referendum on the constitution. Many citizens want out of the EU altogether. 
The same process is happening in America. We haven’t reached the desperate situation that exists for those across the pond but the pace toward our eventual demise as a sovereign nation is picking up. Bush wants to sign an immigration bill that will permit the implementation of a North American Union to proceed. The Strive Act of 2007, H.R. 1645, with provisions for a common security perimeter around North America, would do just that.
And the North American driver’s license/ID will make it possible for the new corporate trading state of North America to open the borders and be more competitive with the third world because of the “legal” mobility of cheap Mexican labor. And this corporate state will operate without national legislatures to oversee and regulate food and product safety, the environment and fair treatment of labor.
- http://www.aamva.org click on “Real ID” link
- ibid, #1
- Championing Diversity European Union: 2009