Which law school did you attend? You should try to see if you can get your money back.<quoted text>
Illegal entry to the USA carrys a sentence of imprisonment up to 6 months in federal prison on the first offense, which makes it a crime, not a civil offense.
Civil offenses do not carry sentences of jail time, only monetary compenation.
Illegal entry to the USA is a crime.
Illegal presence in the USA, in violation of law, is a crime.
Using a fraudulent social security number on any document, including an I-9 form for employment, which all employees in the USA have to fill out is a FELONY FEDERAL CRIME.
As is:falsification of documents, Using false documents to be employed, Using false documents with intent to defraud the United States, Aggravated identity theft, Alien smuggling,(Income Tax Evasion exceedng $10,000), and illegal re-entry to the USA after prior deportatin are all felony crimes.
As are many other felony crimes committed by illegal aliens in this country.
What is this dribble about document fraud have to do with unlawful presence? They are two different things. They should have explained that to you in law school.