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    SC bill would require jobless agency to E-verify citizenship

    SC bill would require jobless agency to E-verify citizenship

    WISTV.com
    February 1, 2011
    COLUMBIA, SC

    Lawmakers are considering a bill requiring South Carolina's unemployment agency to verify if laid off workers are in the country legally.

    The measure is up for debate Tuesday in a House labor subcommittee. State law already bars illegal workers from drawing unemployment checks. A spokeswoman for the Department of Employment and Workforce says the agency has no information on that being a problem.

    The bill would require the agency to screen applicants using the federal program known as E-Verify.

    The state already requires businesses to check their employees' status either with E-verify or by hiring only workers with a valid driver's license.

    Freshman Republican Rep. Tom Corbin of Travelers Rest says the driver's license provision allows a loophole.

    http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13945157

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    Re: SC bill would require jobless agency to E-verify citizen

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    SC bill would require jobless agency to E-verify citizenship

    WISTV.com
    February 1, 2011
    COLUMBIA, SC

    Lawmakers are considering a bill requiring South Carolina's unemployment agency to verify if laid off workers are in the country legally.

    The measure is up for debate Tuesday in a House labor subcommittee. State law already bars illegal workers from drawing unemployment checks. A spokeswoman for the Department of Employment and Workforce says the agency has no information on that being a problem.

    The bill would require the agency to screen applicants using the federal program known as E-Verify.

    The state already requires businesses to check their employees' status either with E-verify or by hiring only workers with a valid driver's license.

    Freshman Republican Rep. Tom Corbin of Travelers Rest says the driver's license provision allows a loophole.

    http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13945157

    yes you are to check every One
    my friend In PA was looking for work & he saw 2 illegal immigrant . lookingfor work also .in the same building as well
    The name of this company was TRi- state I hope ice check up on all company to see if any illegal Immigrant are working
    they have our jobs & we want them back
    No Amnesty
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    Follow SOUTH CAROLINA State Legislation here:

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-225039.html

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