I was wondering if one got a passport and decided to take a trip and short term stay in another country, but voluntarily chose to be homeless after entry, would it be a crime or an infraction?
Say I am a Canadian Citizen and fly to the U.S. and, skipping all the details, I'm in the country and then decide to voluntarily sleep in the streets. This is generally NOT illegal for citizens/residents themselves, but is it if a visitor would do it? Not assuming they overstay their six month period welcome -- just that they are legal visitors in the country who chose to NOT reside in any accommodation like hotels/homes/temporary living facilities/homesharing/etc. Is it illegal or it makes no difference?
This is assuming they are just the same as any other homeless (e.g. not committing any crimes or disturbing others) -- only that they're not permanent residents. I mean I don't think police would deport you so immediately for just being in the street itself.
This is probably a very weird question, but is it really any big deal/care as long as there's no crime?
And would it make a difference if the person has the option to live on the streets or otherwise?