Wednesday, December 29, 2004

New York DMV head defends tough rules against immigrants

After 9/11, New York DMV has taken the lead in cracking down on fraudulantly obtained drivers licenses. The Daily News, in a confusingly written article, quotes DMV Commissioner Raymond Martinez, who defends his agency's anti-fraud tactics. Immigrant groups have been opposed to the new measures because they have the effect of harming immigrants who may not have a valid social security number from obtaining a license. more...>