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This Should Be A 'DUH,' No Brainer Moment- Supremes To Decide If States Can Prosecute Illegal Immigrants For Identity Theft

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Date: Tuesday, 19-Mar-2019 11:12:02
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Of course they'll whine and cry that they only broke the law, boo hoo, because of white American privilege or some such BS.. They're 'supposedly' new Americans. They should be held up to the same laws as we all are. If I impersonate someone, it's called fraud and is a prison (or a really hefty fine) offense.

Lynda

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Criminal impersonation is a crime that is governed by states laws, which vary by state. It may involve, among other acts:
https://www.shazamlaw.com/Theft-And-Economic-Crimes/Criminal-Impersonation.shtml

(1) assuming a false identity with the intent to defraud another; (2) pretending to be a representative of another person or organization; or (3) opening a bank account or securing credit in the name of another person without the other person's consent.

(1) A person commits criminal impersonation if he knowingly assumes a false or fictitious identity or capacity.
https://definitions.uslegal.com/c/criminal-impersonation/

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By Kevin Daley

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether the states can prosecute illegal aliens for using fraudulent information to obtain employment, the justices announced Monday.

The case, which arose in Kansas, could feature prominently on the Court’s docket next term, as it touches illegal immigration and will likely be heard as ballots are cast in the Democratic presidential primary.

“I am encouraged by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to hear our appeal,” Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said in a statement. “We remain convinced Congress did not intend to block Kansas from prosecuting defendants for falsifying state tax forms or private legal documents merely because the defendant also falsified federal employment verification forms.”

The case involves three foreign nationals — Ramiro Garcia, Donaldo Morales, and Guadalupe Ochoa-Lara — who entered the country illegally. The trio used stolen social security numbers when applying for work in the service industry. All three were convicted of identity theft in Kansas courts.

Those convictions were reversed on appeal to the Kansas Supreme Court. A four-justice majority said that a federal statute called the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) prohibits the states from pursuing such prosecutions. The Kansas court held that IRCA gives the federal government exclusive power to bring prosecutions that use information from the I-9, a federal form used to confirm employment eligibility. Social security numbers are included on the I-9.

Kansas argued they could still prosecute the defendants because they used the stolen social security numbers on other government filings, including state tax forms. The state Supreme Court rejected that argument. Under IRCA, the court found, the federal government’s exclusive control touches both the I-9 itself and the information that appears on it.

On appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, lawyers for Kansas said the lower court’s decision is contrary to the findings of other courts — like the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals — which have allowed state prosecutions of the sort at issue here. The justices are much more likely to take a case presenting a question of law about which multiple courts disagree.

“This nationwide, indeed worldwide, problem and its consequences are more than the federal government alone can address,” Kansas’s petition for review reads. “Thus, the states play a substantial and integral role in combatting identity crimes and their pernicious consequences.”

The Trump administration urged the high court to take the Kansas case. In a legal filing supporting Kansas, Solicitor General Noel Francisco warned that the lower court decision would produce chaotic results and undermine the power of the states.

A coalition of 10 states led by Michigan also urged the high court to grant review in the Kansas case.

The justices will hear the case during the Court’s next term, which begins in October.

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