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  • #61
    Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

    Originally posted by rom826 View Post
    Sure do. There have already been laws passed by congress dealing with employers who hire illegals. It seems like every one of your posts in this thread you are trying to evade to issue and topic of the thread. Why is that?
    Not even close. In my first reply I said it was a good question.

    Originally posted by rom826 View Post
    When did a federal judge has blocked him from enforcing immigration law toward employers who hire illegals?
    I neither claimed nor implied that one had.

    Originally posted by rom826 View Post
    What does that have to do with enforcing immigration law toward employers who hire illegals.
    Hmm...see my previous post.

    Originally posted by rom826 View Post
    This question makes no sense to me.
    I'll attempt to clarify.

    When discussing things such as this it's reasonable to assume that the person you're in a discussion with will have at least attempted to somewhat educate themselves on it. Especially when the person in question has made such bold claims as "Trump is a phony on illegal immigration" and "Obama was pro- illegal immigration."
    Since I assumed you had some knowledge of the subjects in question in order to make such bold claims I posed the questions.

    Originally posted by rom826 View Post
    I guess I could say the same to you since in every one of your posts you evade the topic of this thread.
    Context. Context. Context. Other things were brought up during the discussion. As I previously wrote - the thread posed a good question. One I don't have an answer for.
    Other points were brought up and I attempted to discuss them. You call it avoidance and I call it the natural flow of events and the nature of discussions since time immemorial.
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    • #62
      Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

      Originally posted by Brother Mark View Post
      I hadn't heard about this. Good find Mark!
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      • #63
        Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

        Originally posted by Brother Mark View Post
        And another very good article, from 2018, about Everify and why it is not the law of the land.

        https://www.immigrationreform.com/20...c-of-e-verify/



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        Thank you so very much Brother Mark for dealing with the issue of the original post. Not sure why, but so many of the posters here don't want do deal with it. 60 posts in this thread and almost nobody wants to deal with the original post. I do want to respond to your post but I am pressed for time. Please be patient with me. I might not have time to get to it today.

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        • #64
          Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

          Originally posted by rom826 View Post
          So now you're not only evading the issue but being obnoxious as hell about it as well.
          I missed this earlier. I wasn't trying to evade the issue or be obnoxious towards you at all and I apologize if it seems I was or am. The post with the Babylon Bee link wasn't directed towards you and the Yoda meme was my poor attempt at a joke.
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          • #65
            Originally posted by BrianW View Post
            Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal



            I missed this earlier. I wasn't trying to evade the issue or be obnoxious towards you at all and I apologize if it seems I was or am. The post with the Babylon Bee link wasn't directed towards you and the Yoda meme was my poor attempt at a joke.
            No problem......

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Brother Mark View Post
              Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal



              https://www.govdocs.com/mandatory-e-...dget-proposal/

              Just an FYI.

              From the article:
              i'm just wondering what making e-verify mandatory would accomplish if the executive branch of the government is not willing to enforce it. There are already laws against employers hiring illegals which are not enforced. Even if it were made mandatory most employers would just ignore the law as they do today.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by rom826 View Post

                i'm just wondering what making e-verify mandatory would accomplish if the executive branch of the government is not willing to enforce it. There are already laws against employers hiring illegals which are not enforced. Even if it were made mandatory most employers would just ignore the law as they do today.
                I've done a bit of reading up on this recently. E-verify across all states is just a 1st step measure. As the laws are written now it's incredibly hard to prove intent on the employers part unless they use e-verify. Even those who do use e-verify and hire a bunch of illegals anyway can say they checked the documentation ( stolen Social Security numbers etc ) and they passed through the system anyway so they are not liable.
                E-verify and how it's written and implemented itself needs to be updated and hard line stances and investigations of those selling and or supplying the faked documents ( many times the employers themselves) need to be a higher priority.

                As it stands now even states with e-verify have a hard time prosecuting employers because intent is a very hard thing to prove in court.
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