Dear Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader Boehner: We, the undersigned, support an efficient, reliable, accurate and electronic federal employment verification system. The current pilot program, E-Verify, is set to expire in November 2008. We do appreciate that Congress will need to provide a temporary extension of the pilot program. However, Congress must not extend the program for longer than three years and must require that the current pilot employment verification system be improved.
SHRM 2007 1 AAU Federal Relations MeetingMike Aitken SHRMSHRM 2007 2 Employment VerificationImmigration Reform Control Act 1986 (IRCA)IRCA introduced civil and criminal penalties against employerswho knowingly hire undocumented workers. IRCA requires employees to demonstrate eligibility by producing up to 26 differ
Dear Senator: As the FY 2008 appropriations process moves to the Senate and to conference, the members of the Human Resource Initiative for a Legal Workforce and the higher education community write to alert you to a series of policy “riders” we believe should be stricken from final legislation.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-The number of international students enrolled at selected major U.S. universities has increased since last year's September 11 terrorist attacks, but the number of international scholars and researchers at those universities has declined, according to survey results released today by the Association of American Universities (AAU), an organization representing 62 leading North American research universities. The survey also found an increase in visa delays and denials for international students and scholars.
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