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Immigration – Injunction Against S.C. ‘Alien’ Statute Upheld (access required)

U.S. v. State of South Carolina The 4th Circuit upholds a preliminary injunction halting enforcement, on preemption grounds, of a South Carolina statute that makes it a state criminal offense for: 1) an illegal alien to conceal herself from detection or allow herself to be transported within the state, 2) a third party to conceal or transport such a person, 3) any alien over 18 not to carry an alien registration card; and 4) for an individual to display or possess a false ID card.

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