In a fairly shocking move Wednesday night, the Department of Homeland Security announced that applications and renewals have been suspended for all New York residents.
According to WABC, “The DHS sent a letter to New York on Wednesday and the move is the Trump administration’s response to New York’s sanctuary law.
The recently enacted Green Light Law enables undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licenses and permits in New York.
Wolf said during his interview that New Yorkers can’t enroll or re-enroll in the Trusted Traveler programs because the DHS no longer has access to make sure they meet program requirements.”
No matter where one falls on the immigration issue, I don’t think group punishment is the answer.
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