After a recent pardon for driving without a license, a Falls Church, Virginia, woman could still be sent back as part of the federal government’s renewed effort to deport illegal immigrants with criminal records.
The Howard County Police Department put out a policy Friday that clarifies laws already in place so the public can understand what officers will and will not do.
Leaflets in several different languages are turning up in the D.C.’s Maryland and Virginia suburbs advising people “Do Not Open Doors” for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers; “Remain Silent” and “take notes of badge numbers. “
Thursday is the day D.C. starts issuing new driver\’s licenses and ID cards that comply with the federal REAL ID Act.
Supporters of the Maryland Dream Act are
optimistic, even after the state\’s highest court
ruled this week that the law could go to a
referendum this fall.
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