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Why Employers Don't Do a Good Job Complying with Immigation Law

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Stuart Anderson writes at Forbes.com about just how complex immigration law can be by  interviewing my friend Daryl Buffenstein, the co-author of a new (and excellent) 2,000 page treatise on employment immigration law.

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  1. Jack's Avatar
    "The significant increases in fines and requirements in the bill could put small companies out of business whether or not they have hired illegal immigrants, according to immigration attorneys."

    Under the bill, if you E-Verify then you are provided a provable safe harbor. Under current law, you may have checked ID in good faith and then years later can get in trouble during an audit. Pre-hiring verification is superior to a no-match letter system because it prevents the illegal hire from happening in the first place. Not only is this good for the prevention of illegal hiring, but benefits the employer since he does not have to fire an unauthorized employee and start all over again--he is guaranteed an authorized worker from the beginning. From a good faith employer's perspective, I would rather have all these benefits rather than run the risk of later being accused of having constructive knowledge, discrimination, etc. Intransigent opponents of verification (because they condone illegal hiring) are always going to find fault with whatever is proposed. They are in the way of creating a system that works.
  2. George Chell's Avatar
    They need to simplify the tax code and they need to simplify the immigrant hiring code as well...and we need to push the Goodlate-Lofgren bill to remove country caps on EMB.
  3. Nurse Waiting's Avatar
    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0711/59311.html

    There we go again with CIR.
  4. Ap's Avatar
    Nothing is going to come out of any immigration bill not only until the elections in 2012 but also after it. It is a complete waste of time for legals to wait for a GC which will take a decade to get. Many have re-located and many are moving away. Guess this is the only way to reduce the backlog!!! Either wait for everybody to leave the line or be the ones to leave the line!!!
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