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  • U.S. said helpless in hiring of aliens (i.e. there's STILL no immigrant database for employers)

    06/19/2006 9:18:58 AM PDT · by Shuttle Shucker · 57 replies · 813+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | June 19th, 2006 | Charles Hurt
    The federal government is not capable of helping employers determine whether workers in the U.S. are illegal aliens, a government official will testify before a Senate subcommittee this afternoon. Richard M. Stana, director of homeland security and justice for the Government Accountability Office, said that two decades after Congress ordered the government to create a program to prevent the hiring of illegals, such a program still doesn't exist. Immigration specialists have "found that the single most important step that could be taken to reduce unlawful immigration is the development of a more effective system for verifying work authorization," Mr. Stana...
  • Immigrating to Mexico (A study in hypocrisy)

    03/24/2006 12:51:11 PM PST · by anymouse · 16 replies · 3,554+ views
    Below is a NONpropietary documented list of some noteworthy differences between Mexico's and the USA's immigration regulatory legal schemes. Please feel free to use its contents in any altruistic way that you like. The contents of this article do not necessarily reflect the views of those who run these bilingual Mexico directories, but the desire for prosperity in Mexico is shared by all who are involved in maintaining these directories as well as this legal analysis. There are probably under 100,000 U.S. born American citizens in Mexico and by some estimates as many as 20 million Mexico-born Mexicans in the...
  • Mexico's new antimonopoly legislative bill advances (probably due to immigration pressures)

    04/08/2006 3:22:43 PM PDT · by Shuttle Shucker · 82 replies · 2,093+ views
    Mexican lawmakers won backing from the nation´s largest business group for a bill to increase competition in industries ranging from telecommunications to manufacturing, paving the way for passage as early as this month. The legislation, which would increase fines for anti-competitive practices, limit appeals and force repeat offenders to sell assets, may be voted on by the Chamber of Deputies Economy Committee on April 18, said Jorge Luis Hinojosa, a member of the committee. The full house would vote two days later, barring significant changes, and the Senate by the end of the month, he said. Teléfonos de México SA,...