As of Monday, a provision in a controversial citywide ordinance in Fremont, Nebraska, will require some 3,000 businesses to use E-Verify to check the work eligibility of potential employees.
From their performance, it was clear that both men saw undocumented immigrants as less than human. Each referring to undocumented workers as an "illegal."
The House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to mark up legislation tomorrow that, while advertised as vital to fighting illegal immigration, in reality will move America closer to a form of national ID and will put the feds in even greater control of businesses across the country.
What it will cost employers, employees, and taxpayers.
The U.S. state and federal mandatory E-Verify bills threaten to throw America’s struggling economy further into the depths.
The journey from prosperity to the economic margins is an increasingly common path for thousands of undocumented workers pushed out of their jobs by the federal government's audits of U.S. businesses, according to immigration experts, business owners and unions.
The need for Spanish-speaking professionals in Wisconsin is on the rise. Area businesses are striving to find new ways to meet the needs of that growing population, which is why many of them sent their employees to a week-long program at U.W.-Green Bay.
Two bills designed to discourage public and private sector companies from hiring illegal immigrants have been signed into law by Gov. Bobby Jindal.
The Obama administration initiated a new round of immigration investigations targeting 1,000 companies across the country, with a focus on businesses critical to national security and other government functions.
The decision by the Supreme Court this week upholding an Arizona law punishing employers for hiring illegal immigrants was an energy boost for state lawmakers across the country who have proposed bills this year to curb illegal immigration.
In a split decision Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled federal law does not preempt an Arizona measure that punishes employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants.