Good. One of the unintended side effects of states around the US changing drivers license rules to require people to document their legal status is that many people who are, in fact, legal, are being challenged by motor vehicle department officials. I'm sure that in most cases we're dealing with poor training. But there are also cases where the motives are more suspect. I was really happy to hear that two green card holders here in Tennessee are suing the state's Department of Public Safety after an official seized their green cards on suspicion of fraud and then kept the cards for months. Never mind that the DHS SAVE program allows state and local officials to check the validity of a document in mere minutes. Green card holders, by the way, are required to carry their document at all times and not doing so is a federal misdemeanor.