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10 numbers you need to know about E-Verify

E-Verify is an Internet-based system that allows employers to check whether prospective employees are legally authorized to work. But mandating it for all employers across the country would cost Americans their jobs and crush small businesses.... Read more»

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Sep 15, 2011, 6:30 am
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This is bit overblown. As a small Arizona business, I have been using E-Verify for 4 years. In between registering and taking the tutorial, doing you first employee might take an hour, but after you have done a few it’s a five minute process.

It keeps getting better each year too. It now provides a photo of the employee you are verifying. It may not be perfect, but it is a good start.

Issues regarding needed immigration reform’ should not be used to argue against the use on E-Verify.

I favor immigration reform, but without a system to enforce it we are right back where we started.

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Sep 15, 2011, 6:11 pm
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TAKE OUR JOBS BACK!

THE ONLY JOB LOSE WILL BE THE 8.5 MILLION OR MORE ILLEGAL ALIENS WHO ARE SQUATTING HERE. AND PAY ATTENTION IF YOU ARE RED FLAGGED ON THE HIRING COMPUTER, YOU CAN RESOLVE THE PROBLEM BY GOING TO YOU NEAREST SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE WITHIN 8 DAYS. OF COURSE THE OPEN BORDER ZEALOT’S WILL REMAIN QUIET ON THIS EASY AND SIMPLE IMPASSE?

Save our nation from economic illegal aliens, bleeding our health care, education, public assistance and crowded prison system. We need to secure our borders and check all airline passengers who over-stay their visas—permanently. Our taxes are being extorted by the IRS for instant citizenship for babies, with an rising cost of $113 billion dollars a year as specified by a survey from the Heritage Foundation.

Your state is represented on the Judiciary Committee and can be reached through the Washington Switchboard at 202-224-3121 to make E-Verify a mandatory law. Insure the true information, that you will only get from NumbersUSA, American Patrol and the corruption we have inherited in Congress and individual state Capitols at Judicial Watch. Of course there is growing opposition from mainly the Leftist Progressives, Democrats and even certain Republicans? The Liberal want the future voting blocs and GOP establishment cheap labor. Join the Tea Party as they will work to free America from Congressional tyranny and the corruption that’s settled in Washington and state legislators.

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