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    ICE serves 180 audit notices to businesses in 5 states

    I.C.E. News Release

    March 02, 2010

    ICE serves 180 audit notices to businesses in 5 states

    Employment records will be screened for compliance with federal law

    NEW ORLEANS - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is issuing Notices of Inspection (NOIs) to 180 businesses in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee. The notices alert business owners that ICE will be inspecting their hiring records to determine whether or not they are complying with employment eligibility verification laws and regulations.

    Inspections are one of the most powerful tools the federal government has to enforce employment and immigration laws. This new initiative is part of ICE's increased focus on holding employers accountable for their hiring practices and efforts to ensure a legal workforce.

    "ICE is committed to establishing a meaningful I-9 inspection program to promote compliance with the law. This effort is a first step in ICE's long-term strategy to address and deter illegal employment," said Raymond R. Parmer, Jr. acting special agent in charge of the ICE Office of Investigations in New Orleans.


    Employers are required to complete and retain a Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States. This form requires employers to review and record the individual's identity document(s) and determine whether the document(s) reasonably appear to be genuine and related to the individual.

    Due to the ongoing, law enforcement sensitive nature of these audits, the names and locations of the businesses will not be released at this time.

    In 2009, ICE implemented a new, comprehensive strategy to reduce the demand for illegal employment and protect employment opportunities for the nation's lawful workforce. Under this strategy, ICE is focusing its resources on the auditing and investigation of employers suspected of cultivating illegal workplaces by knowingly employing illegal workers. The initiative being launched today is a direct result of this new strategy.

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    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the largest investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security.

    ICE comprises four integrated divisions that form a 21st century law enforcement agency with broad responsibilities for a number of key homeland security priorities. For more information, visit www.ICE.gov. To report suspicious activity, call 1-866-347-2423.

    Last Modified: Wednesday, March 3, 2010
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    http://www.ice.gov/pi/nr/1003/100302neworleans.htm
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    Great. So all the illegals will get fired and become homeless or resort to crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICEstorm
    Great. So all the illegals will get fired and become homeless or resort to crime.
    Or move to Illinois, that great sanctuary state.
    "A Nation of sheep will beget a government of Wolves" -Edward R. Murrow

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    ICE auditing local businesses

    By From Staff Reports (Contact) | Shelby County Reporter

    Published Friday, March 5, 2010

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents will be inspecting 180 businesses throughout the Southeast over the next several days as they seek to crack down on illegal employment.

    ICE began issuing notices of inspection March 2 to businesses in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee.

    During the inspections, ICE agents will review I-9 forms for each businesses’ employees, and will determine if the forms are in compliance with the law, according to an ICE press release.

    Employers are required to complete an I-9 form, which requires the business to review and record the employee’s identity documentation and determine if the documents are related to the employee.

    The inspections are part of a program ICE launched last year to combat the demand for illegal employment, read the press release.

    “Due to the ongoing, law enforcement-sensitive nature of these audits, the names and location of the businesses will not be released at this time,
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    Wont matter unless they start escorting these people to the door.

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    And start escorting the illegal employers to a JAIL CELL!!

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    Great. So all the illegals will get fired and become homeless or resort to crime.
    This reminds me of a foolish statement that Arizona Senator John McCain made in June 2007. By making this statement to the regular news media, McCain was hoping to promote passage of S-1368, giving Amnesty to 12-30 million illegal aliens:


    John McCain Warns Illegal Immigration Enforcement Could Lead to Riots

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    By John W Lillpop
    Jun 3, 2007

    http://www.national ledger.com/ artman/publish/ article_27261381 4.shtml

    Just when the dust was beginning to settle following President Bush's
    latest assault on common sense, in which he accused conservatives of
    "spreading fear" by being honest about amnesty, Senator John McCain
    decided that fear mongering was not such a bad tactic after all. In
    fact, McCain decided that fear mongering was essential in trying to sell
    his amnesty snake oil to a skeptical and increasingly suspicious public.

    John McCain Warns Illegal Immigration Enforcement Could Lead to Riots
    John McCain Warns Illegal Immigration Enforcement Could Lead to Riots

    On June 2, McCain rolled out his fear-based defense of amnesty on the
    campaign trail in Le Mars, Iowa. Responding to a question about
    deportation of illegal aliens, McCain delivered the following dilly: "In
    case you hadn't noticed, the thousands of people who have been relegated
    to ghettos have risen up and burned cars in France,'' McCain said.
    "They've got huge problems in France
    <http://www.national ledger.com/ artman/publish/ article_27261381 4.shtml#>.
    They have tremendous problems. The police
    <http://www.national ledger.com/ artman/publish/ article_27261381 4.shtml#>
    can't even go into certain areas in the suburbs of Paris. I don't want
    that in the suburbs of America.''

    ***

    With all due respect to the senator from Arizona, warning American
    citizens that government cannot enforce the law because it would lead to
    rioting is blatant fear mongering at it's lowest and most despicable.

    It is also irresponsible and reckless, because it conveys a very
    dangerous message, which is: "America is governed by the rule of law,
    except when the threat of anarchy and violence is too great. In which
    case, congress and the president will simply change the law to legalize
    what had been illegal, thereby pacifying those guilty of behavior once
    considered unlawful."

    And we conservatives honestly believe that liberal Democrats are the
    anti-rule of-law bad actors? Apart from the fact that John McCain's
    latest drivel borders on insanity, it also illogical and may
    unintentionally make the case against his amnesty scheme.

    For instance, how will illegal aliens react to the requirement that
    heads of households must return to Mexico for a brief period in order to
    qualify?

    ***

    How about those $5,000 fines and fees, not an insignificant amount for a
    low-income peasant family
    <http://www.national ledger.com/ artman/publish/ article_27261381 4.shtml#>?
    Now that a sitting U.S. senator and leading candidate for the presidency
    has warned that mob rule, rather rule of law, may be the foundation for
    future government immigration policy and action, will the illegal alien
    community decide to play the R card (riot!) in order to get its way?

    Finally, McCain and others intent on legalizing 12-30 million illegal
    aliens argue that amnesty makes sense because Latino aliens share values
    common to the majority of Americans.

    That may be so, but I'll be damned if I can recall a single instance
    when millions of American citizens resorted to rioting because of
    displeasure with legitimate laws and enforcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReggieMay
    Quote Originally Posted by ICEstorm
    Great. So all the illegals will get fired and become homeless or resort to crime.
    Or move to Illinois, that great sanctuary state.
    Yes..or move to California where they will be welcomed with open arms.

    Or illegals could simply be deported once identified. I guess under this administration, that's no longer is an option however.
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    "NEW ORLEANS - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is issuing Notices of Inspection (NOIs) to 180 businesses in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee. The notices alert business owners that ICE will be inspecting their hiring records to determine whether or not they are complying with employment eligibility verification laws and regulations. "

    ICE goes after the illegals in these states likely because there are still strong anti-illegal constuencies there and the illegals/green card hispanics have not become deeply imbedded in those southern states, so the pro-illegal groups such as la raza, mecha ,aclu lawyer clowns are relatively weak in those states.
    ICE really has problems with going after employers hiring illegals in
    densly urban, leftist regions of US such as NYCity, LA, NE and left coasts of USA,, illinois, and any large urban metro region with a large college population, where the 'civil rights' groups have strong networks and aid of university left wing nutcases, allied with urban networks of left-commie scam lawyers. ICE will not touch LA. They did last big raid/NOI in Vernon( Cent dwtn LA industrial district), late 2009 but that is last i have heard from them In entire Scal region. The outcry from the phony illegal alien 'civil rights' groups who control LA/CA politics has scared off ICE in LA for now, and i do not think that ICE will do any more raids nor even the less volatile NOI's in CA rest of 2010, due to both sides wanting to
    court the hipanic vote.

    http://www.blogger.com/

    This is the link and summary of a raid/deportation case arising from a workplace raid back in 2008 which is illustrative of the legal roadblocks put up by ACLU and other illegal alien 'civil rights.' lawyers, a tactic in widespread use throughout ilegal-alien strongholds such as CA/LA

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/immig ... 8142.story

    "A judge has dismissed the case of an illegal immigrant facing deportation after ruling that federal agents violated his rights during a work site raid in Van Nuys in 2008. Los Angeles immigration Judge A. Ashley Tabaddor issued a written decision that agents failed to follow their own regulations when they detained Gregorio Perez Cruz without reasonable suspicion that he was an illegal immigrant."

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