Originally Posted By: Duffy
Originally Posted By: StuAzole
Originally Posted By: Surfdog
Wouldn't bother me one bit if my drivers license (new or old) ID'd me as a legal citizen, or not.


Great but that’s still hypothetical. It also leaves out people who don’t drive.

But back to today. Explain to me how it should all work today, starting with my prior questions regarding how local jurisdictions begin to establish legality in the first place.


My son got a state ID when he was 12 so he can use his credit card (we send him to the grocery store sometimes).

It’s not a driver license. It’s a state ID, just like a driver license except fo the driver part.

And if someone in custody doesn’t have verifiable citizenship status then the police should call ICE.

But in CA calling ICE is prohibited.

It’s also illegal for me, as an employer, to tip off ICE if I suspect one of my employees to be an illegal alien.

Let me say that again...

It’s also illegal for me, as an employer, to tip off ICE if I suspect one of my employees to be an illegal alien.

And the state AG “will prosecute” me if I do that.

It was my understanding that the whole issue with ICE and employers was it required a warrant; that ICE could not have access to personal information of ANY employee without one.

Last edited by manbearpig; 01/03/19 03:03 PM.