Compulsory Immigration Verification Checks Nationwide?

by IMMIGRATION NEWS UPDATE October 20, 2011
 
E-Verify:
 
E-Verify is at the center of debate in Congress, where lawmakers could make the now-voluntary program mandatory for employers across the country.
 
Internal Enforcement:
 
As the United States announced Tuesday it had deported a record 396,906 people in the past year, two Bay Area counties were taking markedly different approaches to how they work with the federal government on illegal immigration.
 
Miscellaneous:
 
Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain have engaged in a round of one-upmanship on the issue, with Bachmann promising to build a double fence on the U.S.-Mexico border and Cain saying he would electrify the border fence. A number of Latino republicans warn that their party risks alienating Latino voters.
 
After the feds announced Tuesday they deported an all-time high number of people last fiscal year - 396,906 - a White House official went on the defensive at a local confab to court Latino voters.
 
Those campaigning for President Obama are meeting some resistance from Latino voters, who are increasingly disheartened about the economy and immigration.
 
WASHINGTON — With Congress unable to agree on a comprehensive immigration overhaul, and with states taking immigration matters into their own hands, Rep. Raul Labrador of Idaho thinks he has an idea that can draw bipartisan support.
 
Family Security Matters would like to express thanks to Fred Tayco.
 

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