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A Brief History of the I-9 Form

August 11, 2006
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Federal agencies’ cumbersome efforts to enforce immigration laws in the workplace are encapsulated in the history of the I-9 form, which job applicants must fill out to prove they may legally work in the U.S.
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Why U.S. Immigration Policy Seldom Makes Sense

August 11, 2006
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Kitty Calavita, professor of criminology, law and society at the University of California, Irvine, and author of three books on immigration, cites three reasons why U.S. immigration policy seldom makes sense.
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Complying With ICEs Basic Pilot Program Rules

August 11, 2006
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Employers must adhere to ICE’s best practices to become part of the Basic Pilot Program for identifying illegal immigrants.
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Immigration Law Enforcement in the Workplace More Political Theater than Reality

August 11, 2006
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Americans seem willing to try anything to curtail illegal immigration--except enforce a law that’s been on the books for 20 years, and punish employers for hiring undocumented workers.
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