Catalina Cruz knows all too well the insecurity of living as an undocumented immigrant in New York. She was born in Medellin, Colombia and traveled here with her parents when she was just nine years old. She is a Dreamer, who turned her family’s dreams into reality when she became a lawyer, a Volunteer Assistant State Attorney General, and now a newly-minted member of the Assembly. Cruz joins us to talk about how the seemingly small things, like a driver’s license, can make all the difference in terms of work and the security of having that state-issued ID, to an undocumented immigrant. Anu Joshi and the New York Immigration Coalition have been pushing for this driver’s license program for a very long time. The idea was first floated under Elliot Spitzer. She talks about the obstacles that have stood in the way of this bill passing, why it took so long, and how it will enhance the lives of the hard-working undocumented community.