Could Suggesting an Undocumented Immigrant Stay in the Country Put You in Jail? The Supreme Court Will Decide 

Maria Perez
Nov 23, 2019 - 12:00
Could Suggesting an Undocumented Immigrant Stay in the Country Put You in Jail? The Supreme Court Will Decide 

The US Supreme Court could make it a crime to encourage undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. The Supreme Court has decided to take up United States vs. Sineneng-Smith, a case that uses the provision of forbidding “encourag[ing] or induc[ing] an alien to … reside in the United States” when the person who is doing the encouraging knows that the person is undocumented and has no legal status in the U.S. SCOTUS will now decide if the law fits with the First Amendment, The New York Times

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