Denial of Driver's Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants as a Barrier to Human Rights in the United States

Report focuses on the denial of driver’s licenses to persons of undocumented status as a new tool of policing immigrant communities. It details how implementation of these laws at the federal and state levels contributes to violating the rights to freedom of movement, to privacy, and to family unity, and how it further endangers individuals' lives.

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Media Mobilizing Project, Fight for Driver’s License Campaign (PA) Advocates for Human Rights (MN) Border Network for Human Rights (NM, TX) Breakthrough (NY) Center for Constitutional Rights (NY) 10 Junta for Progressive Action (CT) Migrant Justice (VT) S
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ICCPR, the covenant, list of issues submission, Human rights committee, denial of driver's licenses, immigrant rights, racial profiling, freedom of movement, privacy

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