Immigration Newsletter

Monday, September 23, 2013

California Gives Expanded Rights to Noncitizens - NYTimes.com

California Gives Expanded Rights to Noncitizens - NYTimes.com
excerpt of article by Jennifer Medina, NYT
"State legislatures across the country approved a host of new immigrant-friendly measures this year, a striking change from just three years ago, when many states appeared poised to follow Arizona’s lead to enact strict laws aimed at curbing illegal immigration. More than a dozen states now grant illegal immigrants in-state college tuition, and nine states and the District of Columbia also allow them to obtain drivers’ licenses.
With an estimated 2.5 million illegal immigrants living in California — more than in any other state in the country — some say the state has no choice but to find additional ways to integrate immigrants."
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