Most government issuers of driving permits also provide a government-issued identification card with similar attributes to those residents within their jurisdictions who do not have or maintain a valid driving permit, making it easier for them to do things such as open a bank account and perform any other activities that require official identification. Identification cards serve as government-issued photo ID but do not enable a person to operate a motor vehicle, a fact typically noted on the ID via the phrase 'Not a driver's licence' or similar wording. This type of photo ID is referred to as a Photo Card in some jurisdictions (for example, the Ontario Photo Card). Government-issued ID cards are also issued to out-of-state residents e. g. college students enrolled in an institution of higher education outside their state of residence e. g. a domiciled Texas resident enrolled at UCLA where the individual retains their Texas Driver License and holds a California state issued ID card (as mentioned above e. g. bank account and financial affairs); also applicable to those who own business assets and not domiciled in a state or city as a resident e. g. one domiciled in Los Angeles and owning either a business or real estate property in Florida). In the U. S. no individual is permitted to hold multiple valid driver licenses simultaneously.