Driver's Licenses for All
The ability to drive legally is vital for many Oregonians as they take their kids to school, commute to work, and contribute to their communities. Without the ability to apply for a license to drive, parents are forced to make an impossible choice between risking arrest and deportation or choosing not to drive and being unable to care for their families. Having the ability to apply for a license to drive gives all Oregonians, including those without legal status, the opportunity to follow the law, get to work and school safely, and provide for their families and communities.
Take Action: Sign the Pledge
Our immigrant friends and family shouldn’t have to live in fear of being deported or worry about their families being torn apart simply because of a traffic violation.
Click to take the pledge today.
Join the Coalition
For organizations and elected officials looking to endorse:
Join civil right advocates, labor unions, businesses, elected officials and Oregonians who believe the ability to drive legally is a core everyday need for many Oregon families as people take their kids to school, commute to work, and take care of family and neighbors in need.
Click here to join us.
Join Causa and Unidos Bridging Community in Newberg on Sunday, March 24th for a community forum regarding the Driver’s Licenses for All campaign. Click here for more information.
Causa Advocacy Day – March 26th
Join us at the State Capitol on Tuesday, March 26th for our annual advocacy day. We will be speaking to legislators about the most pressing issues our immigrant communities face including Driver’s Licenses for All! Registration for Advocacy Day is now closed.
Join Unite Oregon and Causa on Thursday, March 28th for a community forum regarding the Driver’s Licenses for All campaign. Click here for more information.
Join us for a public hearing on HB 2015. Let’s pass Driver’s Licenses for All! We need to pack the Capitol to show legislators it’s time for them to take action. Click here for more information.