What you need to know about the immigration test in California

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is testing California’s immigrants for the 2016 California Immigrant Test.

That means that when you apply for a California driver’s license, or apply for an identification card in the state, you’re looking for a green card. 

The program is a key part of the Trump administration’s deportation crackdown.

The DHS is testing the state’s immigrants in an attempt to identify those who might have “absconded” or “refused to report” and then deport them. 

“It is expected that these individuals will pass the test,” DHS spokesperson Matt Lee told the Sacramento Bee in an email. 

DHS is testing people who have already been in the US for at least five years.

They’re looking to determine whether someone is eligible to receive a green-card, according to the email.

If you’re interested in the DHS’s immigration test, you’ll have to do some reading before you can begin applying.

You’ll need to find out about the DACA program and its expansion, or the DACA amnesty, and learn about the Immigration and Nationality Act. 

You’ll also need to register as a voter, and you can do so for free through the state. 

In the meantime, you can read up on the program on the Department of State website and the Department Of Homeland Security website.

You can also check out the immigration testing website here.

The 2016 immigration test is just the latest in a series of tests that DHS has tested, and it’s not the only one.

There are also immigration tests that are not in the process, such as the recent test for DACA recipients.

DHS has been testing immigrants for over 30 years, and some of those tests were conducted under President George H.W. Bush.

It is the DHS, after all, that signed the 1965 Immigration Act, and the administration has been using the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 to push through the mass deportation of immigrants.