Sergio Garcia

'undocumented' attorney

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Undocumented immigrant in Chico who passed the State Bar four years ago and is asking the California Supreme Court to allow him to practice law

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Sergio Garcia was first brought to California from Mexico when he was an infant.  Later, his family took him back to Mexico, but returned when he was 17 years old.

Undocumented Immigrants and the Meaning of Citizenship

Sergio Garcia was first brought to California from Mexico when he was an infant.  Later, his family took him back to Mexico, but returned when he was 17 years old.

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