Members of the 'Alliance for Immigrant Rights' came to the the Thompson Center Wednesday to deliver a letter to Quinn.
The legislation passed the Illinois Senate and it would allow illegal immigrants to get a license and insurance without facing deportation.
The immigrant rights group is concerned because the new license would have a different appearance from the standard Illinois license.
"It's not an immigration matter, it's a safety matter, it's a driving matter," Guillermo Gomez of the Alliance for Immigrant Rights said. "And I think that what we're trying to do here is sort of make a call to protect all drivers all drivers from any type of racial profiling."
Quinn has said he supports the plan approved by the senate.