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SB1718, the new law that went into effect in Florida on July 1, 2023, imposes significant barriers to access to immigrants in Florida, such as barring DACA recipients from being admitted to practice law (beginning November 1, 2028), and criminalizes day-to-day activities ranging from driving with an out-of-state license for which the driver was not required to prove their lawful presence in the United States, to transporting of undocumented persons into the state.

The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and Americans for Immigrant Justice have published a flyer which explains the key aspects of SB1718 and breaks down how the law does and does not impact individuals and entities.

The SB1718 flyer is shareable and is intended to be circulated widely.

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