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Physician licenses become collateral damage of immigration law

There are 1 comment on the American Medical Association story from Nov 26, 2012, titled Physician licenses become collateral damage of immigration law. In it, American Medical Association reports that:

Georgia physicians are turning to state legislators to amend an immigration law that they say is resulting in expired licenses for doctors and other health professionals and forcing physicians to prove their citizenship unnecessarily.

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Since: Apr 10

Houston, TX

#1 Nov 28, 2012
Sounds like illegal aliens who get caught driving and can't prove they have a license.

I'll be filing for SS in 35 days. I have to prove that i'am a US citizen plus bring in my DD-214 to file.

The only doctors worried about this are ones who are not US citizens and ones who are in the country illegally. Because if you are legal you just show up, show your paperwork and be on your way.

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