Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act of 2010
An Arizona immigration law that is considered one of the toughest immigration enforcement measures in the country. The law requires police to ask for the identification papers of anyone they suspect is an illegal immigrant. It also requires any noncitizens in Arizona to carry their immigration paperwork with them at all times.
Category: Immigration

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