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Same question- how do you know with any sort of legal authority who is legal?
They have this thing now called a Social Security Number. Ever heard of them? Do they have those in California? Most adults have theirs memorized and have to use it with pretty much everything government and medical related. Just a hunch but that might come into play here?
Something tells me that if someone crossed the border LEGALLY, they'd have some documentation to show for it?
If you crossed into Mexico and committed a crime what would you expect to happen? Might your citizenship come into play?
What part of the law currently allows police officers to demand your social security number? Do they have the right to ask anyone for this, or just brown people? If a cop on the street comes up to your kid today and demands his SS#, you'd be ok with that?