The 11th Circuit has issued a ruling blocking additional parts of the Alabama immigration law including a provision making it a crime for immigrants to not have proper documentation of their status. Also, the provision requiring schoold to check the immigration status of school children has also been enjoined. But one of the most controversial provisions allowing police offers to detain individuals suspected of being illegally present immigrants has been allowed to remain pending the court's later consideration of the case. Also, provisions barring state courts from enforcing contracts with illegally present immigrants and a bar on illegally present immigrants entering in to "business transactions" with the state (such as driver's and business licenses) have been allowed to stand.