Immigration Reform 2015 news: Obama executive order, E-Verify option and judge’s threat of action
Immigration reform is increasingly getting complicated in the US. While millions of people thought that they were going to benefit from Obamaâ€™s executive order that bypassed Republican dominated Senate and the Congress, the dream seems to have been shattered.
Not just Republicans approached the court against the executive order, the judge suspended Obama executive order temporarily. Now the U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen has threatened strong punitive actions against Justice Department for trying to fool him. The judge who looked very offended said â€œas an idiot I believed thatâ€. The judge made it known to the world that he was very angry and that he was actually to believe by Justice Department that the Obama Immigration executive order will not be implemented before February 18.
One of the many important issues that people are asking and that will eventually become very important is the hiring of legalized unauthorized workers which puts employers in the limelight. Can employers actually hire people who have been covered by the so-called blanket law. It is needless to say that these people may take up the jobs that should have gone to actual citizens of the U.S.?
There are many solutions in sight and the one offered by the New York Times seems enticing indeed. It has come out with a solution called E-Verify. According to the proposal this is a process that allows employers to make the proper verification of workers and the information they submit. It is now new and actually E-Verify began in 1997 but has remained optional for a majority of the private-sector companies. The intent of the program is to prevent the use of fraudulent documents and requirements for individuals who seek to obtain jobs. It is needless to say that it will be a good idea for employers.
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