The Spanish-language media corporation Univision has an online test so people can measure their knowledge of Arizona’s S.B. 1070 immigration law.

The test asks, for example, what identification documents are legal under S.B. 1070, who can arrest an undocumented immigrant and what states besides Arizona have a similar immigration law. It includes questions about hiring, transporting as well as harboring an undocumented immigrant.

The Univision website has other tests that challenge Spanish speakers to answer questions about the permanent resident cards, better known as green cards, and about immigration reform at large and knowledge of U.S. history.

Opposition to S.B. 1070 has generated a more consistent push to educate Spanish-speaking bilingual immigrants about immigration at large through Spanish-language printed and online media.

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