On Illegal Immigrants' Driver's Licenses, North Carolina Reverses Course

After first indicating it would grant driver’s licenses to young illegal immigrants who received deferrals from deportation, the state now says it won't allow them to drive until the agency is legally required to do so. North Carolina joins Arizona, Iowa, Michigan and Nebraska in denying driver’s licenses to deferred action recipients, while other states such as California, Texas and Florida are allowing the licenses.
January 14, 2013

After first indicating it would grant driver’s licenses to young illegal immigrants who received deferrals from deportation, the state now says it won't allow them to drive until the agency is legally required to do so. North Carolina joins Arizona, Iowa, Michigan and Nebraska in denying driver’s licenses to deferred action recipients, while other states such as California, Texas and Florida are allowing the licenses.

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