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dkf Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-28-10 11:28 PM
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AZ law first requires "lawful contact" i.e. Traffic violation or other situation prompting police
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Response. Then there must be reasonable suspicion. Then they can ask for your ID of which a drivers license will mostly suffice unless you are from one of four states who do not check legal status before issuing licenses.

You do not have to carry around your birth certificate but you may want to carry some state ID. Frankly you should walk around with your medical card anyway since you may find yourself in need of emergency treatment.

You will not be accosted on the street unless you do something wrong. So don't litter and don't jaywalk and you should be fine.





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