NGOs Offering Illegal Immigrants Community ID Cards That Open Door to Services Critics Call ‘Incentives’

By Darlene McCormick Sanchez Identification cards for illegal immigrants are increasingly being issued by non-government organizations (NGOs) to help them establish a foothold in U.S. cities and access services they can’t get through federal programs. The ID cards are often called community IDs and are accepted by police departments, school districts, and food programs in some blue cities…


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