You need a valid state issued ID to board a plane. Keep this in mind.
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Good question. I represent many illegal undocument immigrants presently at the border.
For them to travel accross the US they can use the greyhound bus. Unfortuantely if they are undocumented; Immigration ICE will nail them at the airport; therefore, stay away from the airport even though it is a domestic flight.
You can also car pull. Your best shot is the greyhound.
Immigration Attorney Miami
You will need an official ID to board the plane. A list is available at http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/acceptable-ids. Keep in mind that there is never any guarantee that you will not be picked up by ICE. I recommend that you consult with an experienced attorney about your particular situation before making a decision.
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I recommend that you consult with an experienced immigration attorney with an adult such as your parent and find out if you qualify for DACA under the new executive action or the old one or some other law. You should try to get a Mexican passport if you don't already have one to use as an identity document. Driving cross country is dangerous if you are going to be near ICE checkpoints where immigration inspectors may check your documents to see if you are here legally.
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