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Francesco Insolia, the owner of Michael Bianco Inc., was sentenced to twelve months in prison for harboring and concealing illegal immigrants.
Just got word that DHS and the plaintiffs in the suit challenging the E-Verify federal contractor rule agreed on the extension of the applicability date of the E-Verify contractor rule until May 21, 2009 in order to give the new President time to review the rule. This is longer than the 60 day hold...
From ICE:All seven defendants are accused of conspiring, between 2003 and April 2006, to harbor illegal aliens employed by IFCO and to encourage and induce those illegal aliens to reside in the United States. Defendants Tiesman, Gines, Ross, and Murda are charged in a related conspiracy to defraud...
Secure Arkansas will support the bill of Rep. Bill Sample (R-Hot Springs).
The same question is coming up in Georgia as in other states. The Georgia Department of Labor doesn't appear to be doing any monitoring to see who is and who is not complying. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution did its own investigation and found that most state agencies had signed up for E-Verify,...
The House has included a provision extending the E-Verify program from March 6, 2006. The House Appropriations committee has not released the text of the amendment yet so I'm not able to clarify the exact period of extension. The press release from the committee linked above says it is extended for...
Despite the 60 day bar on new rules going in to effect, USCIS has posted its new Form I-9. The form must be used effective February 2nd. No word yet on whether it will be pulled to comply with the Obama Administration's order to hold off on implementing any new rules from the date of the...
Representative Bill Sample, Republican of Hot Springs, has proposed a bill that would create a harboring law similar to Oklahoma's and would require public employers to use the E-Verify system.
The AP reports on a survey of legislators in the state and most are indicating their support for a bill which mandate use of E-Verify for the state's employers.But employers in the state are pushing back.In the mean time, the bill has now been introduced.
WIBC-FM reports that Senator Mike Delph will re-introduce his employer sanctions bill in this legislative session.