U.S. work permit system stirs immigra...

U.S. work permit system stirs immigration controversy

There are 14 comments on the International Business Times story from Jul 21, 2011, titled U.S. work permit system stirs immigration controversy. In it, International Business Times reports that:

Another front is opening in the divisive U.S. battle on illegal immigration over whether employers should be required to use a controversial Internet-based system to verify worker eligibility.

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Juan

Pearland, TX

#1 Jul 22, 2011
E-verify makes errors, gives rise to racial discrimination, hurts farm employers and raises privacy concerns.

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#2 Jul 22, 2011
E-verify works. It takes jobs from these parasites and gives the jobs to americans. The parasites self-deport.

“The Sky is Falling”

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#3 Jul 22, 2011
No to illegal immigrants.

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#4 Jul 22, 2011
Juan wrote:
E-verify makes errors, gives rise to racial discrimination, hurts farm employers and raises privacy concerns.
back it up or shut it up, and we already know what the gov tests of everify say--it works

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#5 Jul 22, 2011
God bless Legal Immigrants in America who pay their taxes.
Free is free

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Jul 22, 2011
Juan wrote:
E-verify makes errors, gives rise to racial discrimination, hurts farm employers and raises privacy concerns.
Since you're not a citizen, it's none of your business.
Juan

Pearland, TX

#7 Jul 22, 2011
My future in american is my business.

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#8 Jul 22, 2011
Juan wrote:
My future in american is my business.
America

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Press 6 for all the other languages and not just mexican
Juan

Pearland, TX

#9 Jul 23, 2011
You'll find that e-verify is not the answer.....the answer is amnesty.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#10 Jul 23, 2011
"An undocumented individual who steals the identity of a U.S. citizen would not be flagged by the network, for example."

First I support e-verify being manditory for every employer including domestic and day labor. Only illegals and criminal employers have any reason to oppose it. The question I have is why can the system not detect a stolen SS#? I understand that if the person it is stolen from does not know it is stolen there is no way to flag the number but what about those that are reported or belong to the deceased? It says "would not be flagged". Does that mean they can be flagged but law or policy prevents it? If so WHY? Isn't that the sort of question real reportes would ask?

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#11 Jul 23, 2011
Lay eggs in the USA as many as possible. All citizens supported by legal taxpayers. They have 5 children parents harvest lots of money from US taxpayers.

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#12 Jul 23, 2011
Cross the border and lay eggs.

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#13 Jul 23, 2011
Mexifornia. 80% of people are Latinos.
Juan

Pearland, TX

#14 Jul 23, 2011
Post 3 at a time you'll have 10,000 before you know it.

All citizens deserve government help if needed.

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