An Arizona law that took effect this week to further restrict illegal immigration is receiving harsh criticism in Mexico. The state law denies recognition of Mexican consulate documents as a way of proving the persons carrying them are legally in the United States.
The documents, called consular identification cards, are issued by the Mexican government to citizens who register with their embassy. The documents list their names, addresses, nationality, birth dates and have photos of the owners imprinted on them.
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