Immigration Information Site Prepares to Answer Questions on New Michigan Law

Share Article

Immigration Law Help, a Web site dedicated to providing accurate immigration information, is prepared to answer questions regarding a new Michigan law prohibiting drivers' licenses for illegal immigrants.

Immigration Law Help, an online source of immigration news and assistance, is available for anyone who has questions regarding a new driver's license policy going into effect in Michigan on Tuesday. When the policy goes into effect, illegal immigrants will no longer be able to get drivers' licenses in the state.

The Michigan immigration law will require more information for drivers to become licensed, and some legal immigrants who are not permanent residents will also be denied licenses unless the state law is changed. The new immigration law applies to first-time applicants for Michigan drivers' licenses or identification cards. Applicants will need to provide a Social Security number and proof of their permanent legal residency in the state. This could include a birth certificate, passport or billing statements featuring name and address.

Driver's licenses have been hot immigration news for a while, especially with the upcoming presidential election. The ongoing debate on this issue has left many people confused about what immigration information is accurate, and what is false. Immigration Law Help is available to answer questions and squash misconceptions about any aspect of the current immigration law.

For more information, visit

About Immigration Law Help understands the problems that immigrants face, and they know that immigration to the United States can't and shouldn't be forbidden. They are, however, completely against illegal immigration. Immigration Law Help believes that making as much information available about the immigration law as possible is one way to minimize illegal actions. knows that navigating the constantly changing immigration law is not an easy task. The large number of forms that must be filled out, the numerous types of visas and the complicated green card hearings make legal immigration harder. So, their goal is to encourage legal immigration by providing the necessary information, advice and legal counseling when necessary. And their advice is simple: be informed and stay legal.


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Mike Cheslar
Visit website