Florida senate moves to prevent DACA lawyers from working in the state

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The Florida Senate has passed an immigration bill that now heads to Governor Ron DeSantis’ desk which prohibits minors who were brought into the country illegally as a child from practicing law.

Senate Bill 1718 states that effective November 1, 2028, applicants who apply to the Florida Bar that were brought into the country illegally as a child and has been present within the United States for more than 10 years will no longer be accepted into the program.

The bill states that the repeal of this previous Florida Statute will not affect the validity of licenses issued before November 1, 2028. 

The bill also prohibits the giving of funds to persons or organizations for the purpose of issuing identification to a person who does not provide proof of lawful presence in the US.

A class of license given to undocumented immigrants by another state would be deemed invalid in Florida under the bill, with law enforcement officers being directed to give the driver a citation for driving without a license, and a list will be maintained of out-of-state classes of driver’s licenses that are invalid in Florida.

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