The sanctuary state of California has issued driver’s licenses to more than a million illegal aliens since 2015 when a law was enacted to remove the state’s legal resident requirement, new figures reveal.
The data, published by CalMatters, shows that nearly 4-in-10 illegal aliens across California have obtained a driver’s license to legally operate a motor vehicle since the law took effect in 2015.
An estimated 3.3 million illegal aliens reside in California.
Annual data shows that when the law first took effect, nearly 400,000 illegal aliens signed up to secure driver’s licenses. The following year, another 337,000 got driver’s licenses. From 2017 to 2022, close to 500,000 illegal aliens have sought driver’s licenses in California.
Likewise, hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens with driver’s licenses have renewed their licenses to continue driving for years…