Of course when someone get arrested, officers have to check for proper identification for that individual, I think we all know that as a required procedure by any law enforcers patrolling the streets, just as much as walking in a freaking mall, I think we all are aware of that as common sense.
This is just as to become a problem for those who are in Arizona legally, the reality is anybody can be stopped on the street, or whatever because of that suspension, then the little problem becomes the big problem.
Alienating your own is not part of the problem here, I hope everybody can see that. At least, that is how I see it.
Like I said, the little issue becomes the big issue, first of all not everybody carries his/her passport with them whenever they are on the road because of the fact they might lose it. Now with your driver's license, you would have your "gree card", permanent residential and so forth. So basically, what really the questioning of the cause of an accident becomes an interrogation about your right to be in this country. Now I get what this law is saying but it should only target those who are driving drunk, causing a fatal accident, criminals, etc. The aim of this law should not be reinforce in a way that might have to do with anyone's color of skin, how different he/she looks, how poorly he speaks English, etc. Ultimately, it will only lead to racial profiling in my opinion.
What is legal in the State of Arizona can be reinforcement in another State as required laws of that State. That is why there is a Big Question Mark here that might be of some concerns to us all, in this law.
So racial profiling becomes what now, a national concern about racial discrimination against its own citizens as well as those who are here legally?