This week, a new law went into effect that allows the state of New York to issue driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
Illegal immigrants can use foreign-issued documents to establish their age and identity. They do not need a valid social security number.
A New York county clerk had reportedly challenged the new law, but a federal judge ruled last Friday that the clerk did not have the legal right to bring the lawsuit against the state.
Several other legal challenges to the new law are pending. Meanwhile, undocumented immigrants formed long lines to get driver's licenses this week.
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