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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

IS NO-MATCH RULE DEAD?

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It's now definitely on life-support - at least for a few more months. Judge Breyer announced today that he is denying the Bush Administration's request to expedite reviewing whether the recently issued revised social security no-match regulation satisfies the judge's objections and will convince him to lift the injunction barring DHS from implementing the massive enforcement program. According to the San Francisco Chronicle:

Instead, Breyer set a standard schedule for consideration of a
lawsuit by labor unions and business groups challenging the rule, with
written arguments planned through Feb. 24. He observed that the
incoming administration of President-elect Barack Obama might want to
take another look at the issue, said Scott Kronland, lawyer for the
AFL-CIO and several other unions in the case.


"There was no policy reason for trying to expedite things to prevent
a new administration from looking at these last-minute rules," Kronland
said.

So the ball is now in President-elect Obama's court. What a President Obama will do is far from clear at this point.

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  1. George Chell's Avatar
    He probably would not bother with it, especially with the lousy economy on his mind!
  2. USC's Avatar
    The US should emulate the UK and not the other way around:

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122852785519884739.html

    "the U.K. -- long one of the world's most open countries -- is taking a turn against immigration."
  3. Lenny's Avatar
    ** Vamoos ! Illegal Aliens !! Leave Our Jobs Alone !!!
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