According to New Hampshire Public Radio, in June 2019,
Officials with U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued tickets to 29 people for alleged immigration violations at a checkpoint on I-93 near Woodstock on Sunday.
The violations were for legal visitors to the U.S. who didn’t have appropriate paperwork on them, as required by law, accordign [sic] to the CBP.
Will there be any information in the public record concerning these citations? I suspect that they allege violations of 8 USC 1304(e). Is there any way to confirm that?
Nine years ago, an article on the American Immigration Lawyers Association's blog stated that "a search of court records reveals no prosecutions federally for this offense." If the federal government has started trying to enforce that statute after not having done so for some long period of time, it seems like it should be big news.