This image shows a portion of press release distributed by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles which illustrates new driver's licenses for applicants of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Transportation Department spokesman Mike Charbonneau said Thursday, March 21, 2013 that the state opted against the pink licenses because the computer and printing coding is easier if the licenses are the same as those for other drivers. The state will begin issuing licenses Monday to young adults brought to the U.S. as children without legal authorization. Under an Obama administration program, they now qualify for work permits. The licenses still say "NO LAWFUL STATUS." (AP Photo/North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles)

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This image shows a portion of press release distributed by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles which illustrates new driver's licenses for applicants of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Transportation Department spokesman Mike Charbonneau said Thursday, March 21, 2013 that the state opted against the pink licenses because the computer and printing coding is easier if the licenses are the same as those for other drivers. The state will begin issuing licenses Monday to young adults brought to the U.S. as children without legal authorization. Under an Obama administration program, they now qualify for work permits. The licenses still say "NO LAWFUL STATUS." (AP Photo/North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles)
This image shows a portion of press release distributed by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles which illustrates new driver's licenses for applicants of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Transportation Department spokesman Mike Charbonneau said Thursday, March 21, 2013 that the state opted against the pink licenses because the computer and printing coding is easier if the licenses are the same as those for other drivers. The state will begin issuing licenses Monday to young adults brought to the U.S. as children without legal authorization. Under an Obama administration program, they now qualify for work permits. The licenses still say "NO LAWFUL STATUS." (AP Photo/North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles)
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