What to bring with you if traveling in AZ

bodecea

Diamond Member
Joined
Jul 22, 2009
Messages
138,516
Reaction score
16,208
Points
2,180
Location
#HasNoClothes
Our local paper had an article today advising people what paperwork to have with them if traveling in or thru AZ. Some immigration lawyers are recommending people carry their birth certificates and/or passports to prove legal status because the law is vague as to what police would require.

Carry my birth certificate/passport while driving thru my own country.


Hmmmmm.
 

L.K.Eder

unbannable non-troll
Joined
May 29, 2009
Messages
25,382
Reaction score
4,987
Points
280
Location
theartching thapphireth
Our local paper had an article today advising people what paperwork to have with them if traveling in or thru AZ. Some immigration lawyers are recommending people carry their birth certificates and/or passports to prove legal status because the law is vague as to what police would require.

Carry my birth certificate/passport while driving thru my own country.


Hmmmmm.

SKIN WHITENING
 
OP
bodecea

bodecea

Diamond Member
Joined
Jul 22, 2009
Messages
138,516
Reaction score
16,208
Points
2,180
Location
#HasNoClothes
Your drivers' license will do.
It may, it may not. It's been left ambiguous. What if it does not? Then what?

There already was a trucker born in CA who was held til his wife brought his birth certificate.
 

Defiant1

Gold Member
Joined
Mar 23, 2010
Messages
7,579
Reaction score
1,178
Points
290
I wonder when the next time Barry Sotero is going to Arizona.
 

AquaAthena

Law and Order-Now
Gold Supporting Member
Joined
Feb 16, 2010
Messages
16,620
Reaction score
13,502
Points
2,415
Location
Central Coast
Our local paper had an article today advising people what paperwork to have with them if traveling in or thru AZ. Some immigration lawyers are recommending people carry their birth certificates and/or passports to prove legal status because the law is vague as to what police would require.

Carry my birth certificate/passport while driving thru my own country.


Hmmmmm.
The National Guard. :)
 

Truthmatters

Rookie
Joined
May 10, 2007
Messages
80,182
Reaction score
2,263
Points
0
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knv6nDZX1mc]YouTube - 4409 -- Arrested over Arizona's Real I.D. Paper's Please SB1070 bill[/ame]
 

masquerade

positivity
Joined
Oct 15, 2009
Messages
4,508
Reaction score
1,465
Points
48
Location
right of center
Uhm ... isn't some form of identification ( driver's license ) necessary if one get's pulled over or arrested? These stupid lawyers are just trying to get everyone fired up.
 

Skull Pilot

Diamond Member
Joined
Nov 17, 2007
Messages
45,446
Reaction score
6,138
Points
1,830
So the cops didn't believe him and when he cleared everything up he was released.

People get hauled into the police station all the time then get released when they are cleared.

And BTW a commercial vehicle can be stopped at any time by the police. Have you never seen trucks pulled over to have their weight and manifests checked?
 

Truthmatters

Rookie
Joined
May 10, 2007
Messages
80,182
Reaction score
2,263
Points
0
He showed the drivers license you claimed was all he needed, hell it was a commercial license
 

Skull Pilot

Diamond Member
Joined
Nov 17, 2007
Messages
45,446
Reaction score
6,138
Points
1,830
He showed the drivers license you claimed was all he needed, hell it was a commercial license
Unlike you, I can admit if I am mistaken.

But it is only one case that you have. You certainly have not proven that in all cases more than a drivers' license is necessary.

And this happened before the law was passed no?
 

Truthmatters

Rookie
Joined
May 10, 2007
Messages
80,182
Reaction score
2,263
Points
0
Now imagine when it is actually law how many people will be treated like this?

Thank you for admitting your mistake
 

Skull Pilot

Diamond Member
Joined
Nov 17, 2007
Messages
45,446
Reaction score
6,138
Points
1,830
Now imagine when it is actually law how many people will be treated like this?

Thank you for admitting your mistake
I have a feeling cops will be way more careful after now that the law was passed. And I am not conceding that the cops didn't have a valid reason for being suspicious of the guy. They very well might have had reason not to believe him.
 

slackjawed

Self deported
Joined
Sep 27, 2008
Messages
5,307
Reaction score
650
Points
153
Location
15th congressional district of Arizona
This has been addressed in other threads. This is a case of a commercial truck driver not having the proper paperwork required to drive a truck. Commercial trucj drivers have been required by law to carry a BC in AZ for years.

This is not about SB 1070, as it has not even gone into effect yet.

This is propaganda.

There are enough truthful issues with this new law without resorting to dishonest propaganda. In fact, this kind of dishonest bullshit robs those with legitimate concerns of credibility.

Your youtube is bullshit and that only serves to diminish the credibility of anyone who refers to it to make a point about the new AZ law.

Use truthful arguments, it will actually serve your purpose much better.

If you use dishonest arguments, it only serves to diminish the legitimate concerns over the new law.

The truth is bad enough. The only good thing about this new law is that it has drawn international attention to a severe problem.

Maybe the federal government will be forced to enforce their immigration laws, to the benefit of every US citizen. I, for one, hope so.

Please, use truthful arguments to make your point, lies only hurt all of us.
 

New Topics

Most reactions - Past 7 days

Forum List

Top