Maybe citizens of Arizona with such intentions should start walking in the shoes of some young illegal immigrants.
I have a friend from asia, came here when he was 2 yrs old on his parents visa. His dad tried and tried again to get a greencard for 15 years, failed unfortunately due to some ill intentions from company lawyer who "lost paperwork" and they had to restart their process twice. Finally, the government revoked their renewal when he was 17, and the parents overstayed their visas. So now he is close to my age, 19 and majoring in accounting. He got so close in the process to attain the green card that he has SSN, an alien number, and a work permit. But since his work permit has an expiration date and must be renewed, when his visa was revoked, the government declined to renew his work permit. If he is deported he'd have to go back to Korea and learn to speak and write Korean and be of the same aptitude to understand some college courses not in English that are required to graduate. That is too much to ask, and almost impossible, and it is totally inconsiderate and unfair I think. That's is the same as ruining that person's future. I don't think kids should pay for their parents mistakes. If people still believe that, they are out of date, impolite, and inhumane.