IDNYC enrollment continues despite immigration changes

Many people are continuing to sign up for IDNYC despite changes in immigration presented by President Donald Trump's administration, according to a program spokesperson.



Anyone can now enroll for the city-issued ID card, regardless of immigration status, as long as they are at least 14 years old.



Officials say the program has received high interest among local communities as they continue to expand their services with pop-up locations.



The mayor has said that he would destroy all records of IDNYC if the Trump administration asked him to turn them in.


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