California DMV gave incorrect Real ID to an immigrant with temporary legal status

An immigrant with temporary legal status in California has received an incorrect Real ID from the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles, raising concerns about the department’s ability to process the enhanced identification cards.

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Documents obtained by The Sacramento Bee show the individual received the card with an expiration date that would have allowed the person to stay in the United States four years beyond the immigrant’s legal residency.

According to a person familiar with the matter, the individual was a DACA recipient – someone who was unlawfully brought into the United States as a child and given legal status through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. …

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  1. CaliExpat says

    Pretty sure this wasn’t a mistake…

    Becerra and Padilla and the rest of the LaRaza legislature want to accomplish “La Reconquista” while they’re in office, effectively returning Alta California to Mexico….

    It’s time to fight back….

  2. The Captive says

    You are right! What would be the most effective way to fight back against these Dems. that a criminals for anarchism and not really interested in UPHOLDING THE CONSTITUTION! >>>>?

  3. Bogiewheel says

    I requested this new driver ID license and when I arrived at the DMV I was unable to obtain this license as I only had my birth certificate and Army discharge. What was also required was my original S.S. Card, even though I verified my S.S. number that was in their computer. Since I was
    born in California in 1931 I must have been mistaken for an Alien. However, I did receive my new license after two days at their office.

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