U.S. work permit system stirs immigration controversy
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.
Introduced 15 years ago, E-Verify is operated by the Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration. Employers enter new hires' dates of birth, Social Security or passport numbers, and the system checks government databases to confirm whether they can legally work in the United States.
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Since: Jun 11
#1 Jul 22, 2011
There is no controversey in this. The corporations just don't like e-verify. They want that cheap illegal labor.
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