The appellate court's decision was consistent with the supreme court's decision regarding the papers please requirement of sb 1070 in the arizona v us decision arizona's papers please provision -- section 2(b) -- requires that officers who conduct a stop, detention, or arrest must verify the person's immigration status with the feds if they suspect the person is an illegal immigrant.
Inspector, mother-in-law, niece, son, uncle, wife the unnamed inspector is the main protagonist and player-character who works as an immigration inspector for the ministry of admission of arstotzka [1. Three years after passing its 'papers, please' law, arizona is divided by distrust and fear this week, a state civil rights board heard tales of increased racial profiling and police mistrust.
Some commentators have expressed surprise that a high federal official would make a claim about an id requirement for an everyday activity, when (1) that claim is false, and known to be false by all of the people who engage in that activity without having id, (2) that claim is not based on any law or regulations, and (3) any such law or regulation would exceed the government’s authority and likely be subject to legal challenge.
Arizona’s ‘papers please’ law it's not just a mirror image of federal law, and allows some profiling but, in theory, no more than what the courts permit already. Almost three years after the bill was signed into law making it mandatory for police to contact immigration authorities if they suspect someone was in the country illegally, the arizona civil rights advisory board (acrab) heard testimony from undocumented immigrants themselves.