When you apply for your level drivers learning license (the Michigan equivalent of a learners permit), you must present proof of your social security number, proof of U.S. citizenship/legal presence, proof of identity, proof of residency, and a segment 1 driver education certificate of completion.
If you are under 18, you must hold your level Michigan learners license for 6 months before you can get your level 2, graudated Michigan drivers license from the Michigan SOS.
Michigan drivers under the age of 18 must complete 2 segments of driver education. After completing an in-class driver education course, which includes behind-the-wheel training and observation, you can get your Michigan learners license.
Once you have held your learners license for 3 months and accumulated 30 of the 50 required hours of practice driving, including 10 hours at night, you can enroll in segment 2 of Michigan driver education and receive your Michigan drivers license.
You must accumulate 50 hours of driving, including 10 hours at night to get your Michigan driver's license.