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Arizona immigration law changed by Supreme Court

Posted on June 26th, 2012 No Comments

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down three provisions in Arizona’s immigration law yesterday but unanimously kept the most controversial part. According to Reuters, the justices found it constitutional for police officers to check the immigration status for any individual they stop.

The three statues the court deemed unconstitutional were banning illegal immigrants from soliciting work in public places, requiring immigrants to carry immigration paperwork at all times, and allowing officers to arrest immigrants without warrants.

Many who are against Arizona’s law claim that it could lead to racial and ethnic profiling, though Arizona Governor Jan Brewer says the state will not resort to this measure.

If you are an immigrant and want to learn more about extending your stay in the U.S., contact the legal experts at the Law Offices of William Jang, PLLC at 512-323-2333.

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