Department of Justice against the approval of bidding in Atlanta federal judge in Alabama to the most draconian legislation in the country
The federal government asked a federal appeals court on Friday to end an immigration bill considered by many to be the hardest Alabama United States, saying it invite discrimination against those born in the foreign citizens and legal immigrants.
The federal government filed a motion before the Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Atlanta. Alabama said new legislation "is likely to expose persons legally in the United States, including school children, new difficulties in routine relationships."
The reform allows the authorities to people suspected of being discussed in the country illegally and detained without bail. It also allows authorities to verify the immigration status of students in public schools.immigration has become a hot topic in Alabama during the last decade as the Hispanic population of the state increased 145% to about 185,600. While the group still only represents 4% of the population, some counties in northern Alabama have large Spanish-speaking communities and schools where most students are Hispanic.
call the Department of Justice said that the parties to the conflict with federal laws and that "attempts to drive foreigners out of network" only hinder the withdrawal process established by federal law. "He said that the law could affect diplomatic relations with foreign countries.
"Alabama is not able to respond to other nations about the consequences of its policy," he said. "It is the responsibility of the federal government, which speaks for all States and ensure that the consequences of the raid of a State in the field of immigration law are not visited in the nation. "