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Two Provisions of Alabama Immigration Law Blocked

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals blocked two provisions of the far-reaching Alabama anti-immigration law that was passed in June 2011. The two provisions the court blocked are:

1. Provision which requires school to determine immigration status of children that are enrolled in the school as well as immigration status of their parents.

2. Provision which makes it a state crime for immigrants not to carry their immigration registration documents.

 

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