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Sen Grassley Introduces Mandatory E-Verify Bill To Give Americans Their Jobs Back

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Sen Grassley Introduces Mandatory E-Verify Bill To Give Americans Their Jobs Back

Post by Lobo on Wed Jan 25, 2017 8:01 pm

Sen Grassley Introduces Mandatory E-Verify Bill To Give Americans Their Jobs Back
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Date: Wednesday, 25-Jan-2017 15:30:59



From Reader Rick

E-verify doesn't help if they have a workers permit.

The line at the border heading south may be forming soon once a bill introduced today by Senator Chuck Grassley is passed and signed by President Trump. The Accountability Through Electronic Verification Act, has been introduced before by Grassley, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, but the odds of it becoming law are now, under the Trump administration and Republican majorities much better, although the sizable RINO population does still make it a challenge.

Senator Grassley’s made the following statement and provided the accompanying information on his Senate website.

“E-Verify has already proven to be a cost-free, successful tool for the companies that volunteer to use it. The program assists businesses that want to comply with immigration laws, safeguards opportunities for legal workers, and helps to reduce incentives for illegal entry into the United States. Enhancing it and making it a staple in every workplace will help in holding businesses accountable. As Congress considers the re-authorization of E-Verify this year, this bill should be a starting point for discussion.”

Currently, employers voluntarily submit information reported on an employee’s Form I-9 to the Department of Homeland Security through the E-Verify system, which works in partnership with the Social Security Administration to determine worker eligibility. There is no cost for employers to use E-Verify.

E-Verify was established in 1996 as a pilot program with employers in five states allowed to participate. The pilot program was reauthorized in 2001, expanded to employers in every state in 2003 under Grassley-authored legislation, and reauthorized again in 2008, 2009 and 2012. The program is due for re-authorization this year.

The Accountability Through Electronic Verification Act of 2015 does the following:

Permanently reauthorizes the E-Verify program that was created in 1996.

Makes the program mandatory for all employers within one year of date of enactment, requires federal contractors and agencies to use the program immediately, and directs “critical employers,” as identified by the Secretary of Homeland Security, to use the system within 30 days of designation.
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