August 24, 2012 § Leave a comment
Few years ago, undocumented immigrants who knew driving and had passport identity would easily get license by states. This was supported by many leading law enforcement officials and decided to keep it away from the immigration issue. This policy was in a state until 9/11 but 9/11 affected rights or privilege extended to undocumented immigrants and process of getting driver’s license became difficult.
But now Obama has come up with new decision to grant driver’s license to undocumented immigrants with the right to remain in United States for two years without the threat of deportation. About 400,000 undocumented immigrants are getting benefited to stay in United State without fear.
With continuous approach of California Gov. Jerry Brown and has spoken against changing the law to allow undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licenses.
“At the end of the day, it’s a state-issued document, and the state has the authority to determine who is eligible for that document,” said Iran Grossman, vice president of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, in an interview with CNN.
California has already laid the groundwork to issue the driver’s license to member of deferral program so President along with California should be congratulated.
August 19, 2012 § Leave a comment
Approximately 50.5 million Lations are living in United States according to US Census Bureau. Presidential election during November will be very crucial for both the candidate. With this new Deferred Action in place its win-win situation for Barack Obama, close relative of Lations who illegally staying in US will surely pick Obama for uniting the family.
The ultimate goal must be to ensure a better quality of life for those in the undocumented community who work, almost always, in low-wage, unsafe and unsupported environments. Putting aside President Obama’s immigration failings, the possibility of Mitt Romney becoming president should only serve to terrify the Latino community. Former White House adviser Van Jones recently told CNN, “He cannot hug and kiss the tea party and then try to hug and kiss the Latino community.”
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, have not committed anything on the improving the immigration issues. Next president can only help end the fear of undocumented immigrants, whether the deportation or the legal status. First and the fore most things the president must do try change the term ‘illegal aliens’, which might not be the right term to discuss people even with legal status.
Very few American live very hard life as of undocumented Lations live without eating, walking on, wearing forged to work. Many have given employment for many Americans; they also work for US Economy.