Maybe this person is undocumented and is fearful of Arizona's public stance regarding undocumented immigrants.
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No problem if he is a permanent resident of the US.
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Applying for citizenship? No.
Applying for permanent residence? Perhaps.
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There is no reason, if the individual complied with the physical presence requirements (3 months of residence in the district before application). Again, it does not apply for a short time travel. If the person is not "legal" here, than there is a reason...
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Most likely because the individual in question is an undocumented foreign national and is fearful of the frequent border patrol checkpoints on the way from CA to AZ.
If he does travel and is unable to produce valid documents showing he has the right to be in the US, he will be undoubtedly taken into custody and placed in removal proceedings.
If, on the other hand, he is a permanent resident of the US with a green card, he or she has nothing to fear.
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Assuming he is a legal permanent resident with a pending application to become a US citizen, he may not want to be away from his mailbox for an extended period of time because he might miss notices from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.