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This November, we are voting on the very important ballot measure 88: Driver Card for Oregon Safe Roads.  Measure 88 will allow the DMV to issue limited Driver Cards to Oregonians who aren’t eligible for a traditional Driver License, but still need a safe and legal option to get to work, church, and school. To receive get a driver card, Oregon residents will need to pass a written test, a behind-the-wheel driver test and provide proof of residence, identity and date of birth. Driver cards will be used as proof of driving privileges, but can’t be used as identification for air travel, to register to vote, or to enter a federal building.


In the news…

Breaking News: Yesterday Governor Brown stood up for immigrants and refugees in Oregon. Governor Brown called on Oregon’s Attorney General to take legal action to block Trump’s anti-immigrant measures. She is also issuing executive orders to expand protections for immigrant communities and prohibit a “registry” to identify people based on religion. Oregon AILA thanks Governor Brown for securing our communities.

Home – Upcoming Meetings

The Oregon Chapter holds monthly meetings on the first Thursday of every month in Portland.  The chapter also coordinates meetings with local representatives of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (USICE), and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR).

Please contact a member of our Executive Committee if you would like to attend a meeting or to learn more about our organization.