It´s common to find a driver’s license used with multiple purposes such as an identification document, especially in countries without existing National Identity Document like Mexico. There is a trend that such a mere permit of a “license to drive a vehicle” is progressively used and seen as a secure ID document. A driver’s license with a security microcontroller becomes an electronic document, thus the acronym e-DL – electronic Driver’s License. The embedded contactless or dual interface microcontroller offers a strong proof of identity and citizenship, often stored with biometric data enabling both online and offline identity verification. In 2009 ISO/IEC 18013 was created as a framework for a standardized eDL, stipulating the use of visual security features comparable to those of ID documents and passports. It also establishes a structure for the basic data set (ISO 18013-1) thus creating a framework for migration to a secure document in ID1(card) form factor. This solution is increasingly chosen around the world, particularly for countries with substantial area and limited network coverage. eDLs can bring particular advantage by enabling the verification of authenticity without network connection by 1:1 comparison, instead of relying solely on human inspection of the photo and personal data.