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follow Patrick 2018 Jun 23, 11:36am
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Pursuant to Section 12801.9, the DMV must issue a license to people who are not in the country legally if they’re otherwise qualified for the license. Those licenses indicate on their face that the holder is allowed to drive, but the license “does not establish eligibility for employment, voter registration, or public benefits.” Now it’s a violation of the FEHA for employers to discriminate against employees because they hold such licenses, or even to ask to see the license.
i suspect the contradiction is for providing employers with legal protection when they hire illegals.
The point of this law is to create influx of cheap labor. At the end it is always about replacing Americans with cheap illegals.
So, the California DMV must help illegals break federal immigration law by giving licenses to them even when they know them to be illegal.
And employers must not discriminate against people whose drivers licenses indicate that they are here illegally.And employers must not employ illegals.WTF? How can employers both not discriminate against people whose driver's licenses clearly indicate that they are illegal, and yet also not employ them?
So CA is right back to where is was 25 years ago.