Monthly Archives: January 2015

Your Rights with an AB 60 Driver’s License

For vulnerable immigrants throughout the California, 2015 brought with it something big, something that will change their lives forever. Why is this year so special? Because of AB 60 – The Safe and Responsible Driver Act. In 2013, Governor Jerry…

Applying for a California Driver’s License Under AB 60

  How do I apply for a license? Beginning January 2, 2015, any eligible California resident will be able to receive a driver’s license, regardless of immigration status. An applicant who does not have proof of lawful presence will receive…

Information about California’s AB 60 Driver’s Licenses

You may legally drive in California and use your AB 60 driver’s license as legal identification in certain situations. However, use caution If you present your AB 60 license in a state other than California, you may be at risk…

ACLU Expands Advocacy in Sacramento

  Sacramento – Today the ACLU of California unveiled plans to expand its advocacy work through its legislative office, the Sacramento-based Center for Advocacy and Policy. The organization also welcomed Natasha Minsker as center director and Kevin Baker as legislative…

Intake Coordinator — Lopez-Venegas Settlement

  The American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego & Imperial Counties (ACLU) seeks a dynamic team member with experience in immigration law to fill a one-year position coordinating the intake procedure for the class action settlement in Lopez-Venegas v….