It is getting increasingly harder in many states to obtain an exemption. Mandatory vaccination in the first place is wrong on so many levels. Calling faking a vaccine record a crime is extreme. Parents do have to do what it takes to protect their children from harm, and if it involves working around an extreme and oppressive law. Yes, it is oppressive being forced to vaccinate your children. And I'm someone who sticks to all laws. I go 35 in a 35 zone. I always use my turn light. Most people don't - so "breaking" a law is usually offensive to me, but if complying with an oppressive law means I have to endanger my children - no way. Luckily it hasn't come so far yet. We also are lucky enough to being able to choose where we go next year. Most other families do not have a choice though and they are being forced into submitting to something that they do not want and deem dangerous. That is just wrong.
To offer perspective, I still can't wrap my head around those oppressive laws here in the US (supposedly land of the free, but I guess not vaccine choice wise). I can call it quits on this country if I have to and go back home where no mandatory laws exist nor are they pondered. Whenever I tell my vaccinating, selectively vaccinating and non-vaccinating friends back home about those vaccine school laws here they scratch their head and find them offensive and crazy.
(I am a selective vaxer; and I respect parents whether they vaccinate or not; I DO believe everyone should have the CHOICE).