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State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - Illinois

Bill/Statute: SB 957 Year Law Enacted: 2013 Effective Date: November 28, 2013 Name of Document Issued: Temporary Visitor Driver’s License (TVDL)  

State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - District Of Columbia

Bill/Statute: B 20-275 Year Law Enacted: 2013 Effective Date: May 1, 2014 Name of Document Issued: Driver's License   What are the eligibility requirements?

State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - Connecticut

Bill/Statute: Public Act No. 13-89 Year Law Enacted: 2013 Effective Date: January 1, 2015 Name of Document Issued: Motor Vehicle Operator's License  

State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - Colorado

Bill/Statute: SB 13-251 Year Law Enacted: 2013 Effective Date: August 1, 2014 Name of Document Issued: Driver’s License  

State Laws Extending Driving Privileges to All Residents - California

Bill/Statute: AB 60 Year Law Enacted: 2013 Effective Date: January 1, 2015 (Possibly sooner if DMV is ready) Name of Document Issued: Driver’s License  

BIA Pro Bono Project Screener Named Top D.C. Immigration Attorney

For over three years, Jason Dzubow, of Dzubow & Pilcher, PLLC, has volunteered as a screener for CLINIC’s BIA Pro Bono Project, which matches vulnerable asylum-seekers and lawful permanent residents with pro bono counsel to bring their cases before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). This month Jason was recognized as one of Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Immigration Attorneys in the Washington, D.C. area for the second year in a row.

Letter to DHS Sec. Johnson and Dep. Sec. Mayorkas

January 16, 2014   The Honorable Jeh Johnson Secretary Department of Homeland Security   The Honorable Alejandro Mayorkas Deputy Secretary Department of Homeland Security   Dear Secretary Johnson and Deputy Secretary Mayorkas:

Recent Immigration Developments from the States (Jan 2014)

California Permits Undocumented Lawyers to Practice Law

EOIR Announces Implementation Guidance for Its Program to Protect Incompetent Respondents

By Bradley Jenkins* On December 31, 2013, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) released guidance to the nation’s immigration judges entitled “Phase I of Plan to Provide Enhanced Procedural Protection to Unrepresented Detained Respondents with Mental Disorders.”  This guidance is the latest chapter in EOIR’s ongoing effort to reform how the agency handles the cases of persons with mental disorders who are placed into removal proceedings.

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