Colorado’s driver’s license program for people living in the U.S. illegally has been hobbled since its start three years ago, and efforts to fix and better fund the initiative have been caught in partisan gridlock.
An application backlog, possibly years long for some, is estimated to run in the tens of thousands. Just three Division of Motor Vehicles branches across Colorado offer the licenses, and in a year only one in the Denver area might be left to serve the entire state. Now things are scheduled to get even worse: During the next few months, the program — which one national observer called a “nightmare scenario” — will send about 11,000 people who need to renew their licenses back into the jam-packed line.
[Colorado’s Driver’s License Program For Immigrants Already Has Problems, And They’re About To Get Worse, by Jesse Paul, Denver Post, July 10, 2017]Besides a photograph of an illegal alien getting her license, the program actually provides ICE ERO the opportunity, besides raiding the facilities for illegal alien applicants, to subpoena the records of all the current licenses issued to illegal aliens by using DHS Form I-138, Immigration Enforcement Subpoena.
Illegal Alien Rosalva Mireles Smiles For The Camera, She Should Smile For Her ICE Booking PhotoYou can contact the ICE ERO Field Office Director John Longshore here:
Denver Field Office
12445 E. Caley Avenue
Centennial, CO, 80111
Phone: (720) 873-2899all illegal aliens are subject to arrest per Thomas Homan, Acting Director of ICE. Longshore needs to buck up his arrests for the Fiscal Year and he can augment those arrests easily by staking out the Colorado DMV offices that provide licenses to illegal aliens and by subpoenaing those DMV records.