Judge Rules City Can Destroy Documents Associated With Municipal ID ProgramA judge ruled Friday that New York City is legally allowed to destroy personal documents associated with its municipal identification program.
Many Museums Stop Offering Free Memberships To IDNYC CardholdersA major perk of the New York City municipal ID card is quietly becoming a thing of the past.
Republican S.I. Lawmakers Sue To Keep City From Destroying Personal Records For IDNYC Card HoldersTwo state lawmakers from Staten Island sued on Monday to try to stop New York City from destroying personal records related to its immigrant-friendly municipal ID cards.
New York City Municipal ID Cards To Remain Free In 2016The IDNYC card program provides documentation for people living in the city who do not have another form of identification
It's Official: Pope Francis Is An Honorary New YorkerThe IDNYC card has been issued to some 540,000 residents of the city, regardless of immigration status.
De Blasio, Mark-Viverito Make Nice After Uber SpatThe mayor and the speaker sought to make it clear they were on the same page when it comes to Uber down the road.
NYC Council Speaker To Pitch Phoenix Officials Municipal ID CardNew York City officials who launched the city's municipal identification card, the nation's largest program, did so with the hope of inspiring other cities to follow suit and offer IDs to those without them, including many immigrants living in the country illegally.
High Demand For NYC Municipal IDs Forces Change In Application ProcessDue to the high level of demand the ID cards, dubbed IDNYC, are now being issued by appointment only.
NYC Launches Municipal Identification CardThe card, dubbed IDNYC, is aimed at those who do not currently have an ID. They include the elderly, homeless and an estimated 500,000 immigrants in the city who live in the U.S. without legal documentation.