Employment Verification

Washington D.C.

– The Immigration Policy Center (IPC) releases the next in our

series of “Solutions Papers,” entitled: Employment Verification:

Repairing our Broken Immigration System. Comprehensive

immigration reform legislation will likely mandate that all employers

use some sort of system that verifies work authorization. Since this will

affect immigrants and citizens alike, and because an error in the system can

cost a worker his job and paycheck, it is important to make the system

effective. This paper lays out the must-haves for any broad

employment-verification system, and explains why a system like this must

be implemented as part of broader immigration reform.

To

read the paper in its entirety see: 
Employment Verification: Repairing our Broken Immigration

System (IPC Focusing

on the Solutions series, November 12, 2009).

Also

see:

Earned Legalization:

Repairing our Broken Immigration System (IPC Focusing on the Solutions series,

November 5, 2009).

Breaking Down the Problems:

What’s Wrong With our Current Immigration System (IPC

Special Report, October 21, 2009).

Watch our

YouTube video “What Reforming Immigration Could Do for America.”

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