When an il-legal a-lien steals someones ID they are only using ';false papers'; or ';flase documents';
Why the double standards?What is the difference between ';identity theft'; and ';using false documents';?
Identity theft is when a person steals another persons
identity i.e. stolen credit cards,or over the internet.A class
4 felony. Useing false or stolen documents is a white paper
case, falseifing or altering paper documents for ones own
gain. This is federal. As far as an illegal alien doing such,
they get a slap on the wrist and get deported.What is the difference between ';identity theft'; and ';using false documents';?
';false documents'; don't necessarily involve using anyone else's identity; they could be a made up identity, or the holder's real identity but showing a false status, eg drivers license, passport.
Let us start with false documents. Using false documents means that a real person is using a fictitious document(s) to misrepresnt himself. example: Having a bogus drivers license (in your name) so you can drive. Or having a false US passport (in your name) so you can pass off as a US citizen.
Identity Theft. You will use the credit card, SSN, drivers license of another person to obtain material gain for yourself and to defraud the real person whose identity you have used.
Example: You find a credit card left on a store counter. You then use it to purchase goods. That is Identity Theft. No double standards here.
It's not a double standard. Recently they have been charged with identity theft also. You have to realize that the SSN's that are ';bought'; by an undocumented person don't always belong to somebody. That's not to say it never does. So, if a person is caught with a ';good'; number, then they WILL be charged with Identity theft.
Sometimes they make up new numbers which may 'surprise surprise!' belong to a living person, or not. Sometimes someone steals one so a name can be matched with the number. The last is most considered ID theft, though I think the one with the 'surprise' should be as well. The first, w/ no person at the other side of the number, is fake documents.
sometimes there is a difference - but only by luck.
when anyone, citizen or not, uses someone elses identity, it is identity theft. when you make up a phony name and number and create a document, thats using false papers or documents. not a double standard.
A false document could be one that doesnt steal another id. Its just false entirely ? Stop the northamericanunion...these illegal mexicans actually think that they hvae conquered america, when our government let them in and gave it to them,,they got all this FALSE PRIDE going on !! Threatening to kill off all the white europeans , instead of calling us what we are ,,,native americans ........follow these links everywhere they will take you and do internet research on all sites that want to stop the nau from the nau site...follow patriot sites, etc......youll find the reasons for the '; lies to the americans'; and why bush called our border patrol agents ,'; vigilantes';
Because they're ';just trying to make a better life for themselves';. Shame on you for not gleefully giving them your identity to do so.
false documents good just be fake. it doesn't have to be someone else's ID
Identity theft is when another person steals someone else's i.d. such as name, social security numbers, bank records,etc! This HURTS the real person! It messes up their credit rating. It gets them in trouble with the IRS, (for non-payment of taxes on the the money made by the criminal)This is a FELONY!
Using fake i.d.is also a felony, but at least (HOPEFULLY) no innocent person is hurt by this(other than the taxpayers)!!
identity theft is using someone else's id as your own; false documents is using fake documents i.e. a fake id with your name, but the wrong birth date or address.
when ur using false documents, u dont get cuaght unless ur teachers a wacko and is out to ruin ur life