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We also have a mushrooming problem of millions of “visa overstays,” people who arrive on a legal tourist or other temporary visa but do not leave on the expiration date. If we turn off the jobs magnet, illegal entry across our borders can change from a flood to a trickle.
Then the Border Patrol could concentrate on stopping terrorists and drug traffickers, and job seekers would have to get in line for one of the many LEGAL guest worker programs already on the books.
“With the new administration in, I think they’re going to push for this.” E-Verify is a hiring tool where employers must fill out I-9 forms for each employee they hire in order to ensure that the employee is legally allowed to work in the U. Illegal immigrants are not permitted to work in the country. admits more than one million legal immigrants, not including the estimated 11 to 30 million illegal immigrants already living in the country. The combination of a need for jobs for native-born Americans and mass immigration has led to often times high unemployment and stagnant industry wages. Trump has promised to enforce E-Verify, with his original budget released in March asking for million to “begin implementation” and make the anti-illegal immigration hiring tool a mandate for employers, as Breitbart News reported.
In states which mandate E-Verify already, a study by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) found that there were fewer jobless Americans, as they did not have to compete for work against cheaper, illegal immigrant job-seekers. Fowler’s statement comes as USCIS Chief Information Officer Mark Schwartz said last month that his agency is “streamlining the [E-Verify] process and making it capable of scaling if we bring more employers,” hinting at the idea that soon, all employers across the U.
In 2008, SB 193 was passed requiring contractors with state contracts to use E-Verify. Georgia SB 529 - Passed in 2006, SB 529 requires public employers, contractors and subcontractors with 500 or more employees to participate in E-Verify for all new employees, effective July 1, 2007.The problem is, our laws against unlawful employment are not enforced– in fact, they are unenforceable without major changes and improvements.The easy availability of unlawful employment is the giant magnet motivating millions of illegal aliens to cross our borders unlawfully.They started by requiring all federal contractors and vendors to use E-Verify.The Internet-based program is free and maintained by the United States government.
It provides an automated link to federal databases to help employers determine employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their Social Security numbers.