AB 60 – Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants”

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After the presidential election, many questions have come up, including the impact on AB 60 licenses as well as the security of AB 60 license information.

Napakaraming tanong kung ano ang maaaring mangyari pagkatapos ng eleksyon, kabilang na ang epekto nito sa mga lisensya na nakuha gamit ang AB60, at ang seguridad ng impormasyon na nakakabit sa mga lisensyang ito.

AB 60 has changed lives across California. As of September 2016, over 778,000 people have received AB 60 licenses. That’s almost as many people as the population of San Francisco! Many Californians are now driving with an AB 60 license to meet their basic needs, like driving their children to school, driving their loved ones to the hospital, and going to work.

Napakaraming natulungan ng AB60 sa California. Noong September 2016, lampas sa 778,000 na ang nakatanggap ng AB60 licenses. Halos kapareho ito ng buong populasyon ng San Francisco! Marami sa California na ang nakakapagdrive gamit ang Ab60 license para sa kanilang mga pangangailangan, tulad ng paghahatid sa mga anak sa eskwela, pagdrive ng mga mahal sa buhay papunta sa ospital, at pagpunta sa trabaho.

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Information on AB60 from driveca.org

What is an AB 60 driver’s license?

Governor Brown signed AB 60 into law in 2013, directing the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to issue an original driver’s license to any California resident who is eligible for a driver’s license, regardless of immigration status. An applicant who does not have proof of lawful presence can receive an AB 60 license. An AB 60 license will have a visible distinguishing feature and cannot be used for certain federal purposes, such as to enter restricted areas of federal facilities. AB 60 driver’s licenses are available since January 2nd, 2015.

How can I use my AB 60 license?

You can use an AB60 license to drive, and to identify yourself to police officers, e.g. in a traffic stop. It is unlawful for businesses, landlords, government agencies or officials, or program or activity that receives state funds to discriminate against you based on the type of license you have. Driver’s licenses do not give you a right to vote and do not make you eligible for any benefits that you were not eligible for without the license. A driver’s license does not give you the right to work as an employee. However, if in the future you are granted a status that allows you to work, you will be able to use the driver’s license as proof of identity along with a valid work authorization document, when you complete the I-9 form.




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