This toolkit was compiled by Joan Friedland, Melissa Keaney, Ignacia Rodriguez, Perla Esquivel, and Tanya Broder. It was edited and formatted by Richard Irwin.
The toolkit reflects the work of immigrants’ rights, legal services and community-based organizations from across the U.S. that have engaged in driver’s license campaigns. These groups created many of the resources highlighted here.
Documents linked to in this toolkit that were produced or published by organizations other than NILC and that were uploaded to NILC’s website (so they could be included in the toolkit) were uploaded with the permission of the producing/publishing organization. To ask permission to republish or otherwise use any such document, please contact the organization that produced it.
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Access to Driver’s Licenses
State Laws and Policies
State Legislative Sessions Report
MAP: State Laws & Policies on Driver’s Licenses for Immigrants
TABLE: State Laws Providing Access to Driver’s Licenses or Cards, Regardless of Immigration Status
Fact Sheets, Talking Points, Policy Analysis
Benefits of Expanding Access to Driver’s Licenses
Restrictions' Effect on Citizens & Lawfully Present Immigrants
Uniform vs. Marked Licenses
Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs)
Countering Allegations of Fraud
General Fact Sheets, Talking Points, and Analysis
Driver’s Licenses and National Security
Campaign Websites with Additional Information
Supporters of Driver's License Campaigns
Media, Community Education, Petitions, Letters of Support, and Public Opinion
Legislative Testimony, Research, and Related Issues