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The system used to check the legality of new employees has the potential to wrongly flag 180,000 people a year as ineligible to work in America, according to the GAO.
Philip Wolgrin is an immigration policy analyst at The Center for American Progress.
The E-Verify program is expanding to include U.S. passports and passport cards for employment verification.
A trio of initiatives have been announced to strengthen the efficiency and accuracy of the E-Verify system.
Now that the U.S. District Court has ruled that E-Verify mandates can move forward, some contractors might be left wondering how they will foot the bill.
Federal contractors are about to become the first mandatory users of the E-Verify system under a soon-to-be issued federal regulation. Is E-Verify ready?