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Michigan's Secretary of State says that President Obama's desire that the children of illegal immigrants be given the benefits of American citizenship will not result in a Drivers License or a state ID card in Michigan.

Secretary Ruth Johnson determined these people were not "legally present" to qualify for a Michigan license.

"Our law requires 'legal presence'," spokeswoman Gisgie Gendreau told WOOD Radio Saturday morning, "and the federal government has been very clear that the DACA program does not confirm legal presence."

DACA is the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy announced recently by President Obama who said these children of illegal immigrants had no choice about entering this country. Many of them are adults now, living in America as illegal aliens.

Even though Varnum Law's website, in Grand Rapids, said immigration attorneys are challenging this, Gendreau tells WOOD Radio the White House was very specific in its definition of what constitutes "legal presence".

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Good, children shouldn't be driving.

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Agreed: children should not be driving anyway.

And while children may have had no choice when being brought to the U.S., they did have a choice when becoming adults. If they decided to stay as illegal aliens in the United States instead of living as lawful residents in their own country, the "it was my parents' fault" defense becomes invalid and they should be willing to live with the consequences of their own choice.


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It's a vicious cycle. The US government passes an amnesty act to fix/resolve the problem, and then we come full circle to the same immigration problem/issue with the next group of illegal immigrates.

When the government tries to enforce the laws, people ###### and complain that it's not fair/unjust. The person that should be blamed are the parents, because the US government didn't bring the children here. How many countries actually allow illegal immigration (I know wikipedia is not the most reliable source).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irregular_immigration

I just feel this way because should the US become a shithole, I don't have another place to go/call home.

And yes children should not be driving as well.

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It's a vicious cycle. The US government passes an amnesty act to fix/resolve the problem, and then we come full circle to the same immigration problem/issue with the next group of illegal immigrates.

When the government tries to enforce the laws, people ###### and complain that it's not fair/unjust. The person that should be blamed are the parents, because the US government didn't bring the children here. How many countries actually allow illegal immigration (I know wikipedia is not the most reliable source).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irregular_immigration

I just feel this way because should the US become a shithole, I don't have another place to go/call home.

And yes children should not be driving as well.

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*shrugs*

This depends on how Michigan issues a license. What documents they require. If they require an EAD, then these kids are going to get those.


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