How is DDS acting against Georgia law?
A person’s immigration status is not rationally related to their ability to drive. Even if a non-citizen does not know how to drive, the driver’s test is designed to weed those people out. Non-citizens largely have come to the United States to work and want to be self-sufficient. Certainly all those with work permits are authorized to remain here and work for the period of time on their worm permit. Many have U.S. citizen children who they need to support. In Georgia, not being able to drive is a huge impediment to the ability to work. If non-citizen parents can’t drive, they cannot get to work, his or her children could have to go on welfare, which, in turn, costs the state and its taxpayers. There is no benefit to the state in preventing its lawfully authorized residents from working and pushing their families towards welfare.