Undocumented immigrants are now able to apply for driver’s licenses under New York’s Green Light Law, which went into effect on Monday.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the law in June, allowing anyone to apply for a driver’s license regardless of their immigration status and does not require the applicant to have a Social Security number. They are required to get a permit and pass the road test to qualify for a driver’s license.

New York is the 13th state to allow this practice. Some say this new law will make the roads safer.

The line of people at the Department of Motor Vehicles wrapped around the building in Queens, New York, on Monday morning.