Tell the DMV: Make sure application for driver's licenses is accessible and protected for all immigrants!
Last year, Presente members and allies helped pass AB 60, a historic law that could bring driver’s licenses to 1.4 million undocumented Californians.
And this week will be the last time the public will have the chance to formally weigh in on identification requirements and privacy protections that will determine who in fact will be able to get a driver's license.
The DMV is holding public hearings in L.A. and Oakland this week on application requirements for the licenses. We need to submit our comments ahead of the hearings and send a clear message that we want an inclusive and protected application process for all eligible Californians.
Tell the DMV to make the application process more accessible and establish guidelines for privacy protection to prevent discrimination for all immigrant drivers!