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    I will start at page 300 and see how much i can get through today. Might want to post what is being read. So we can keep track and as time is short we can at least review as much as possible, instead of everyone reading the same pages.

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    There are 18 states that allow a Senator or Representative to be recalled from office. We need to start recall petitions in those states, and remove any Congressman who is in favor of this amnesty bill.
    There is no time to wait. If they do not represent American citizens, get rid of them NOW!!
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    According to Section 544 of the budget proposal, the Commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection should “conduct a study assessing the feasibility and cost relating to establishing and collecting a land border crossing fee for both land ...

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    Page 133 of bill grant money etc.

    (d) SOURCE OF GRANT FUNDS.—
    16 (1) APPLICATION FEES.—The Secretary may
    17 use up to $50,000,000 from the Comprehensive Im18
    migration Reform Trust Fund established under sec19
    tion 6(a)(1) to carry out this section.
    20 (2) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—
    21 (A) AMOUNTS AUTHORIZED.—In addition
    22 to the amounts made available under paragraph
    23 (1), there are authorized to be appropriated
    24 such sums as may be necessary for each of the

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    Social Security too:

    Page 134 9
    (1) IN GENERAL.—Section 208(e)(1) of the So10

    cial Security Act (42 U.S.C. 408(e)(1)) is amend11
    ed—
    12 (A) in subparagraph (B)(ii), by striking
    13 ‘‘or’’ at the end;
    14 (B) in subparagraph (C), by striking the
    15 comma at the end and inserting a semicolon;
    16 (C) by inserting after subparagraph (C)
    17 the following:
    18 ‘‘(D) who is granted status as a registered
    19 provisional immigrant under section 245B or
    20 245D of the Immigration and Nationality Act;
    21 or
    22 (E) whose status is adjusted to that of
    23 lawful permanent resident under section 245C

    24 of the Immigration and Nationality Act,’’;

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    I ran threw a couple hundred pages last night and I have copied and pasted what I thought had some interesting information, I tried to put page numbers on each section but some I forgot once in a while. I didn't read all the details but figured maybe if someone wanted they could have a place to start and read all of it. Over all it looks like Family memebers who can apply for citizenship after original citizenship includes just about anyone, parents, children, stepchildren, brothers, sisters and one place mentions unrelated. The mention of millions of dollars and grants put aside for different sections. Also mentions prejudice against snew immigrant. Apparently we are going to need many new Dr.s for Obamacare. Homeland security will be having free will with hiring no-limit on new employees, Homeland security will be leasing public real property and construction.... Not sure what this was about "Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in Political. Public housing offered to agriculture workers along with healthcare.

    Page 122‘‘(D) DENIAL OF PETITIONS FOR DEPEND8

    ical Union with the United States of America’





    ENTS.—Appeals of a decision to deny or revoke
    9 a petition filed by a registered provisional immi10

    grant pursuant to regulations promulgated
    11 under section 245B to classify a spouse or child
    12 of such alien as a registered provisional immi13
    grant shall be subject to the administrative ap14
    pellate authority described in subparagraph (A).
    15 ‘‘(E) STAY OF REMOVAL.—Aliens seeking
    16 administrative review shall not be removed from
    17 the United States until a final decision is ren18
    dered establishing ineligibility for status under
    19 section 245B, 245C, or 245D.
    ‘(4) UNLAWFUL PRESENCE.—During the pe4
    riod in which an alien may request administrative
    5 review under this subsection, and during the period
    6 that any such review is pending, the alien shall not
    7 be considered ‘unlawfully present in the United
    8 States’ for purposes of section 212(a)(9)(B). \
    ‘‘(A) the alien shall not be deemed to ac6
    crue unlawful presence for purposes of section
    7 212(a)(9);
    8 ‘‘(B) any unexpired grant of voluntary de9
    parture under section 240B shall be tolled; and
    10 ‘‘(C) the court shall have the discretion to
    11 stay the execution of any order of exclusion, de12
    portation, or removal.
    ‘‘(5) REMEDIAL POWERS.—
    21 ‘‘(A) JURISDICTION.—Notwithstanding any
    22 other provision of law, the United States dis23
    trict courts shall have jurisdiction over any
    24 cause or claim arising from a pattern or prac25
    tice of the Secretary of Homeland Security in
    127
    EAS13500 S.L.C.
    1 the operation or implementation of the Border
    2 Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigra3
    tion Modernization Act, or the amendments
    4 made by such Act, that is arbitrary, capricious,
    5 or otherwise contrary to law.
    (e) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The table of contents
    7 is amended by inserting after the item relating to section
    8 245A the following:
    ‘‘Sec. 245B. Adjustment of status of eligible entrants before December 31,
    2011, to that of registered provisional immigrant.
    ‘‘Sec. 245C. Adjustment of status of registered provisional immigrants.
    ‘‘Sec. 245D. Adjustment of status for certain aliens who entered the United
    States as children.
    ‘‘Sec. 245E. Additional requirements relating to registered provisional immigrants
    and others.’’
    Page 130. ‘‘Any person who knowingly uses, publishes, or per17
    mits information described in section 245E(a) of the Im18
    migration and Nationality Act to be examined in violation
    19 of such section shall be fined not more than $10,000.’’.
    SEC. 2106. GRANT PROGRAM TO ASSIST ELIGIBLE APPLI7
    CANTS.
    8 (a) ESTABLISHMENT.—The Secretary may establish,
    9 within U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a pro10
    gram to award grants, on a competitive basis, to eligible
    11 public or private nonprofit organizations that will use the
    12 funding to assist eligible applicants under section 245B,
    13 245C, or 245D of the Immigration and Nationality Act
    14 by providing them with the services described in sub15
    section (c).
    (SEC. 2107. CONFORMING AMENDMENTS TO THE SOCIAL SE7
    CURITY ACT.
    8 (a) CORRECTION OF SOCIAL SECURITY RECORDS.—

    Page 134 9 (1) IN GENERAL.—Section 208(e)(1) of the So10
    cial Security Act (42 U.S.C. 408(e)(1)) is amend11
    ed—
    12 (A) in subparagraph (B)(ii), by striking
    13 ‘‘or’’ at the end;
    14 (B) in subparagraph (C), by striking the
    15 comma at the end and inserting a semicolon;
    16 (C) by inserting after subparagraph (C)
    17 the following:
    18 ‘‘(D) who is granted status as a registered
    19 provisional immigrant under section 245B or
    20 245D of the Immigration and Nationality Act;
    21 or
    22 (E) whose status is adjusted to that of
    23 lawful permanent resident under section 245C
    24 of the Immigration and Nationality Act,’’;
    SEC. 2108. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING AND ACQUISITION
    5 OF REAL PROPERTY INTEREST.
    6 (a) EXEMPTION FROM GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING
    Page 143 7 AND HIRING RULES.—
    Homeland Security is authorized to make term, tem13
    porary limited, and part-time appointments of em14
    ployees who will implement this title and the amend15
    ments made by this title without regard to the num16
    ber of such employees, their ratio to permanent full17
    time employees, and the duration of their employ18
    ment. Nothing in chapter 71 of title 5, United
    19 States Code, shall affect the authority of any De20
    partment of Homeland Security management official
    21 to hire term, temporary limited or part-time employ22
    ees under this paragraph.
    23
    AUTHORITY TO ACQUIRE LEASEHOLDS.—Not4
    withstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of
    Page 144 5 Homeland Security may acquire a leasehold interest in
    6 real property, and may provide in a lease entered into
    7 under this subsection for the construction or modification
    8 of any facility on the leased property, if the Secretary de9
    termines that the acquisition of such interest, and such
    10 construction or modification, are necessary in order to fa11
    cilitate the implementation of this title and the amend12
    ments made by this title.
    Not quite sure what this is about
    SEC. 2109. LONG-TERM LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE COM14
    MONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANA
    15 ISLANDS.
    Covenant to Establish a
    Page 144 18 Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in Polit19
    ical Union with the United States of America’, and for
    20 other purposes’’, approved March 24, 1976 (48 U.S.C.
    21 1806(e)), as added by section 702 of the Consolidate
    Page 145 ‘‘(A) CNMI-ONLY RESIDENT STATUS.—
    2 Notwithstanding paragraph (1), an alien de3
    scribed in subparagraph (B) may, upon the ap4
    plication of the alien, be admitted as an immi5
    grant to the Commonwealth subject to the fol6
    lowing rules:
    Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.);
    18 ‘‘(iii) resided continuously and law19
    fully in the Commonwealth from November
    20 28, 2009, through the date of the enact21
    ment of this paragraph;
    22 is the spouse or child (as de11
    fined in section 101(b)(1) of the Immigra12
    tion and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C.
    13 1101(b)(1))), of an alien described in sub14
    clauses (I) or (II);
    15 ‘‘(IV) was, on May 8, 2008, an imme16
    diate relative (as defined in section 4303 of
    17 title 3 of the Northern Mariana Islands
    18 Commonwealth Code, in effect on May 8,
    19 2008, of a United States citizen, notwith20
    Page 148 SEC. 2110. RULEMAKING.
    20 (a) IN GENERAL.—Not later than 1 year after the
    21 date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary, the Attor22
    ney General, and the Secretary of State separately shall
    23 issue interim final regulations to implement this subtitle
    24 and the amendments made by this subtitle, which shall
    148 page(1) the procedures by which an alien, and the
    7 dependent spouse and children of such alien may
    8 apply for status under section 245B of the Immigra9
    tion and Nationality Act,
    page 149 (A) the maximum processing fee payable
    18 under sections 245B(c)(10)(B) and
    19 245C(c)(5)(A) of such Act by a family, includ20
    ing spouses and unmarried children younger
    21 than 21 years of age; and
    22 (B) which individuals will be exempt from
    23 such fees;
    Page 150 (c) EXEMPTION FROM NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL
    11 POLICY ACT.—Any decision by the Secretary concerning
    12 any rulemaking action, plan, or program described in this
    13 section shall not be considered to be a major Federal ac14
    tion subject to review under the National Environmental
    15 Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.).
    Page 151 Subtitle B—Agricultural Worker
    2 Program
    3 SEC.

    Page 153 CHAPTER 1—PROGRAM FOR EARNED STA5
    TUS ADJUSTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL
    6 WORKERS
    7 Subchapter A—Blue Card Status
    8 SEC. 2211. REQUIREMENTS FOR BLUE CARD STATUS.
    Page 155 (B) FAMILY APPLICATION.—The Secretary
    6 shall establish a process through which an alien
    7 may submit a single application under this sec8
    tion on behalf of the alien, his or her spouse,
    9 and his or her children, who are residing in the
    10 United States.
    Page 156 A) PROTECTION FROM DETENTION OR
    7 REMOVAL.—An alien granted blue card status
    8 may not be detained by the Secretary or re9
    moved from the United States unless—
    Page 174 SEC. 2212. ADJUSTMENT TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STA11
    TUS. (a) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in subsection
    13 (b), and not earlier than 5 years after the date of the en14
    actment of this Act, the Secretary shall adjust the status
    15 of an alien granted blue card status to that of an alien
    16 lawfully admitted for permanent residence if the Secretary
    17 determines that the following requirements are satisfied:
    Page 174 (A) during the 8-year period beginning on
    21 the date of the enactment of this Act, per22
    formed not less than 100 work days of agricul23
    tural employment during each of 5 years; or
    page 185 SEC. 2214. REPORTS ON BLUE CARDS.
    2 Not later than September 30, 2013, and annually
    3 thereafter for the next 8 years, the Secretary shall submit
    4 a report to Congress that identifies, for the previous fiscal
    5 year—
    6 (1) the number of aliens who applied for blue
    7 card status;
    8 (2) the number of aliens who were granted blue
    9 card status;
    10 (3) the number of aliens who applied for an ad11
    justment of status pursuant to section 2212(a); and
    12 (4) the number of aliens who received an ad13
    justment of status pursuant section 2212(a).
    14 SEC. 2215. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.
    15 There are authorized to be appropriated to the Sec16
    retary such sums as may be necessary to implement this
    17 subpart,
    ‘page 193 ‘(A) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary, after
    15 reviewing relevant evidence submitted by agri16
    cultural producers and organizations rep17
    resenting agricultural workers, may increase or
    18 decrease, as appropriate, the worldwide level of
    19 visas under paragraph (1) for each of the 5 fis20
    cal years referred to in paragraph (1) based on
    21 the following factors:
    Page 203 ‘‘(B) AT-WILL AGRICULTURAL WORK20
    ERS.—An alien who entered the United States
    21 as an at-will agricultural worker may seek em22
    ployment as an at-will agricultural worker with
    23 any other designated agricultural employer re24
    ferred to in section 101(a)(15)(W)(iii)(I).
    page 211 An employer shall keep a
    21 record of all eligible, able, willing, and
    22 qualified United States workers who apply
    23 for agricultural employment with the em24
    ployer for the agricultural employment for
    ‘page 211‘(i) UNITED STATES WORKERS.—An
    5 employer may not seek a nonimmigrant ag6
    ricultural worker for agricultural employ7
    ment unless the employer offers such em8
    ployment to any equally or better qualified
    9 United States worker who will be available
    10 at the time and place of need and who ap11
    plies for such employment during the re12
    cruitment period.
    Page 213 ii) LABOR DISPUTE.—The employer
    6 shall not employ a nonimmigrant agricul7
    tural worker for a specific job for which
    8 the employer is requesting a nonimmigrant
    9 agricultural worker because the former oc10
    cupant of the job is on strike or being
    11 locked out in the course of a labor dispute.
    ‘‘(i) REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE.—If
    2 a job referred to in paragraph (3) is not
    3 covered by the State workers’ compensa4
    tion law, the employer shall provide, at no
    5 cost to the nonimmigrant agricultural
    6 worker, insurance covering injury and dis7
    ease arising out of, and in the course of,
    8 such job.
    ‘‘(I) PUBLIC HOUSING.—If the
    24 employer arranges public housing for
    25 nonimmigrant agricultural workers
    218
    EAS13500 S.L.C.
    1 through a State, county, or local gov2
    ernment program and such public
    3 housing units normally require pay4
    ments from tenants, such payments
    5 shall be made by the employer directly
    6 to the landlord.
    Page 228 wages for agricultural wokers ‘‘(A) FISCAL YEARS 2014 THROUGH 2016.—
    5 The wage rate under this subparagraph for fis6
    cal years 2014 through 2016 shall be the higher
    7 of—
    8 ‘‘(i) the applicable Federal, State or
    9 local minimum wage; or
    10 ‘‘(ii)(I) for the category described in
    11 paragraph (2)(C)—
    12 ‘‘(aa) $9.37 for fiscal year 2014;
    13 ‘‘(bb) $9.60 for fiscal year 2015;
    14 and
    15 ‘‘(cc) $9.84 for fiscal year 2016;
    16 ‘‘(II) for the category described in
    17 paragraph (2)(D)—
    18 ‘‘(aa) $11.30 for fiscal year
    19 2014;
    20 ‘‘(bb) $11.58 for fiscal year
    21 2015; and
    22 ‘‘(cc) $11.87 for fiscal year 2016;
    23 ‘‘(III) for the category described in
    24 paragraph (2)(E)—
    25 ‘‘(aa) $9.17 for fiscal year 2014;
    229
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    1 ‘‘(bb) $9.40 for fiscal year 2015;
    2 and
    3 ‘‘(cc) $9.64 for fiscal year 2016;
    4 and
    5 ‘‘(IV) for the category described in
    6 paragraph (2)(F)—
    7 ‘‘(aa) $10.82 for fiscal year
    8 2014;
    9 ‘‘(bb) $11.09 for fiscal year
    10 2015; and
    11 ‘‘(cc) $11.37 for fiscal year 2016;
    12 ‘‘(B) SUBSEQUENT YEARS.—The Secretary
    13 shall increase the hourly wage rates set forth in
    14 clauses (i) through (iv) of subparagraph (A),
    15 for each fiscal year after the fiscal years de16
    scribed in subparagraph (A) by an amount
    17 equal to—
    18 ‘‘(i) 1.5 percent, if the percentage in19
    crease in the Employment Cost Index for
    20 wages and salaries during the previous fis21
    cal year, as calculated by
    page 252 22 SEC. 2233. TRANSITION OF H-2A WORKER PROGRAM
    (a) SUNSET OF PROGRAM.—An employer may not pe24
    tition to employ an alien present in the United States pur25
    suant to section 101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(a) of the Immigration
    253
    EAS13500 S.L.C.
    1 and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii)(a))
    2 after the date that is 1 year after the effective date of
    3 the regulations issued pursuant to section 2241(b).
    4 (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—
    5 (1) REPEAL OF H-2A NONIMMIGRANT CAT6
    EGORY.—Section 101(a)(15)(H)(ii) of the Immigra7
    tion and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C.
    8 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii)) is amended by striking sub9
    clause (a).
    10 (2) REPEAL OF ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR
    11 H-2A WORKER.—Section 218 of the Immigration and
    12 Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 118 is repealed.
    13 (3) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—
    14 (A) AMENDMENT OF PETITION REQUIRE15
    MENTS.—Section 214(c)(1) of the Immigration
    16 and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1184(g)(9)) is
    17 amended by striking ‘‘For purposes of this sub18
    section’’ and all that follows.
    Page 255 CHAPTER 3—OTHER PROVISIONS

    Subtitle C—Future Immigration
    4 SEC. 2301. MERIT-BASED POINTS TRACK ONE.
    5 page 256 (a) IN GENERAL.—
    6 (1) WORLDWIDE LEVEL OF MERIT-BASED IMMI7
    GRANTS.—Section 201(e) (8 U.S.C. 1151(e)) is
    8 amended to read as follows:
    9 ‘‘(e) WORLDWIDE LEVEL OF MERIT-BASED IMMI10
    GRANTS.—
    11 ‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—
    12 ‘‘(A) NUMERICAL LIMITATION.—Subject to
    13 paragraphs (2), (3), and (4), the worldwide
    14 level of merit-based immigrants is equal to
    15 120,000 for each fiscal year.
    16 ‘‘(B) STATUS.—An alien admitted on the
    17 basis of a merit-based immigrant visa under
    18 this section shall have the status of an alien
    19 lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
    20 ‘‘(2) ANNUAL INCREASE.—
    21 ‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subpara22
    graph (B) and paragraph (3), if in any fiscal
    23 year the worldwide level of visas available for
    24 merit-based immigrants under this section—
    Page 257 ‘‘(B) LIMITATION ON INCREASE.—The
    13 worldwide level of visas available for merit14
    based immigrants shall not exceed 250,000.
    if the annual average unem19
    ployment rate for the civilian labor force 18 years or
    20 over in the United States, as determined by the Bu21
    reau of Labor Statistics, for such previous fiscal
    22 year is more than 812 percent.
    1) EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRANTS.—An
    8 alien who is the beneficiary of a petition filed before
    9 the date of the enactment of this Act to accord sta10
    tus under section 203(b) of the Immigration and
    11 Nationality Act, if the visa has not been issued with12
    in 5 years after the date on which such petition was
    13 filed.
    Page 270 14 (2) FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRANTS.—Subject to
    15 subsection (d), an alien who is the beneficiary of a
    16 petition filed to accord status under section 203(a)
    17 of the Immigration and Nationality Act—
    Page 274 10 SEC. 2303. REPEAL OF THE DIVERSITY VISA PROGRAM.
    APPLICATION.—An alien who receives a no19
    tification from the Secretary that the alien was se20
    lected to receive a diversity immigrant visa under
    21 section 203(c) of the Immigration and Nationality

    22 Act (8 U.S.C. 1153(c)) for fiscal year 2013 or fi
    Page 279 IMMEDIATE RELATIVES.—The number
    2 computed under this paragraph for a fiscal year is
    3 the number of aliens described in subparagraph (A)
    4 or (B) of subsection (b)(2) who were issued immi5
    grant visas, or who otherwise acquired the status of
    6 an alien lawfully admitted to the United States for
    7 permanent residence, in the previous fiscal year.
    8 ‘‘(
    Page 280 SEC. 2305. RECLASSIFICATION OF SPOUSES AND MINOR
    2 CHILDREN OF LAWFUL PERMANENT RESI3
    DENTS AS IMMEDIATE RELATIVES.
    ‘‘(2)(A) Aliens who are immediate relatives.
    7 ‘‘(B) In this paragraph, the term ‘immediate
    8 relative’ means—
    9 ‘‘(i) a child, spouse, or parent of a citizen
    10 of the United States, except that in the case of
    11 such a parent such citizen shall be at least 21
    12 years of age;
    13 ‘‘(ii) a child or spouse of an alien lawfully
    14 admitted for permanent residence;
    15 ‘‘(iii) the child or spouse of an alien de16
    scribed in clause (i), who is accompanying or
    17 following to join the alien;
    18 ‘‘(iv) the child or spouse of an alien de19
    scribed in clause (ii), who is accompanying or
    20 following to join the alien;
    21 ‘‘(v) an alien admitted under section
    22 211(a) on the basis of a prior issuance of a visa
    23 to the alien’s accompanying parent who is an
    24 immediate relative; and ‘‘(vi) an alien born to an alien lawfully ad2
    mitted for permanent residence during a tem3
    porary visit abroad.
    Page 282 (1) in paragraph (1), by striking ‘‘23,400,’’ and
    2 inserting ‘‘20 percent of the worldwide level of fam3
    ily-sponsored immigrants under section 201(c)’’;
    UNMARRIED SONS AND UNMARRIED
    7 DAUGHTERS OF PERMANENT RESIDENT ALIENS.—
    8 Qualified immigrants who are the unmarried sons or
    9 unmarried daughters (but are not the children) of
    10 an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence
    11 shall be allocated visas in a number not to exceed 20
    12 percent of the worldwide level of family-sponsored
    13 immigrants under section 201(c), plus any visas
    in paragraph (4)—
    24 (A) by striking ‘‘65,000,’’ and inserting
    25 ‘‘40 percent of the worldwide level of family sponsored immigrants under section 201(c)’’;
    9) REFUGEE CRISIS IN IRAQ ACT OF 2007.—
    14 Section 1243(a)(4) of the Refugee Crisis in Iraq Act
    15 of 2007 (8 U.S.C. 1157 note) is amended by strik16
    ing ‘‘section 201(b)(2)(A)(i)’’ and inserting ‘‘section
    17 201(b)(2) (other than clause (v) or (vi) of subpara18
    graph (A))’
    ‘‘(B) the married sons or married daugh8
    ters of citizens of the United States who are
    9 under 31 years of age at the time of filing a pe10
    tition under section 204 shall be allocated visas
    11 in a number not to exceed 25 percent of the
    12 worldwide level authorized in section 201(c),’.
    ‘page 303 ‘(d) TREATMENT OF FAMILY MEMBERS.—If accom2
    panying or following to join a spouse or parent issued a
    3 visa under subsection (a), (b), or (c), subparagraph (G),
    4 (H), (I), (j), or (K) of section 201(b)(1), or section
    5 201(b)(2), a spouse or child as defined in subparagraph
    6 (A), (B), (C), (D), or (E) of section 101(b)(1) shall be
    7 entitled to the same immigrant status and the same order
    8 of consideration provided in the respective subsection.’’.
    9 (3) ALIENS WHO ARE PRIORITY WORKERS OR
    10 MEMBERS OF THE PROFESSIONS HOLDING AD11
    VANCED DEGREES.—Section 203(b) (8 U.S.C.
    Page 316 PUBLIC BENEFITS.—A noncitizen who is lawfully
    15 present in the United States pursuant to section
    16 101(a)(15)(V) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8
    17 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(V)) is not eligible for any means-test18
    ed public benefits (as such term is defined in section 403
    19 of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Rec20
    onciliation Act of 1996 (8 U.S.C. 1613)). A noncitizen ad21
    mitted under this section is—
    22 (1) not entitled to the premium assistance tax
    23 credit authorized under section 36B of the Internal
    24 Revenue Code of 1986;
    ‘‘page 318 (2)(A) If an alien does not marry the petitioner
    19 under paragraph (1) within 3 months after the alien and
    20 the alien’s children are admitted into the United States,
    21 the visa previously issued under the provisions of section
    22 1101(a)(15)(K)(i) shall automatically expire and such
    23 alien and children shall be required to depart from the
    24 United States. If such aliens fail to depart from the
    Ipage 326 NAPPLICABILITY OF BARS TO
    12 ENTRY.—Notwithstanding section 212(a)(9) of
    13 the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C.
    14 1182(a)(9)), an alien’s application for an immi15
    grant visa shall be considered if the alien was
    16 excluded, deported, removed, or departed volun17
    tarily before the date of the enactment of this
    18 Act.
    19 (c) NATURALIZATION.—Section 319(a) (8 U.
    ‘‘(VI) ALIENS WHO ENTERED AS
    20 CHILDREN.—Clause (i) shall not apply
    21 to an alien who is the beneficiary of
    22 an approved petition under
    23 101(a)(15)(H) and who has earned a
    24 baccalaureate or higher degree from a
    25 United States institution of higher education (as defined in section
    2 101(a) of the Higher Education Act
    3 of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1001(a)), and had
    4 not yet reached the age of 16 years at
    5 the time of initial entry to the United
    6 States.
    Page 334 (c) PREVIOUS IMMIGRATION VIOLATIONS.—Section
    13 212(a)(9)(C)(i) (8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(9)(C)(i)) is amended
    14 by adding ‘‘, other than an alien described in clause (iii)
    15 or (iv) of subparagraph (B),’’ after ‘‘Any alien’’.
    16 (d) FALSE CLAIMS.—
    17 (1) INADMISSIBILITY.—
    18 (A) IN GENERAL.—Section 212(a)(6)(C)
    19 (8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(6)(C)) is amended to read as
    20 follows:
    21 ‘‘(C) MISREPRESENTATION.—
    22 ‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—Any alien who, by
    23 fraud or willfully misrepresenting a mate24
    rial fact, seeks to procure (or within the’last 3 years has sought to procure or has’
    ‘page 335 ‘(1) TERMINATION OF CONTINUOUS PERIOD.—
    22 For purposes of this section, any period of contin23
    uous residence or continuous physical presence in
    24 the United States shall be deemed to end, except in
    25 the case of an alien who applies for cancellation of.removal under subsection (b)(2), on the date that a2 notice to appear is filed with the Executive Office3 for Immigration Review pursuant to section 240.
    Page 343 SEC. 2317. EXTENSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE IRAQI
    2 SPECIAL IMMIGRANT VISA PROGRAM.
    3 The Refugee Crisis in Iraq Act of 2007 (8 U.S
    Page 359 SEC. 2319. ELIMINATION OF SUNSETS FOR CERTAIN VISA
    2 PROGRAMS.
    Subtitle D—Conrad State 30 and
    14 Physician Access
    15 SEC. 2401. CONRAD STATE 30 PROGRAM.
    16 Section 220(c) of the Immigration and Nationality
    17 Technical Corrections Act of 1994 (Public Law 103–416;
    18 8 U.S.C. 1182 note) is amended by striking ‘‘and before
    19 September 30, 2015’’.
    Page 360 20 SEC. 2402. RETAINING PHYSICIANS WHO HAVE PRACTICED
    21 IN MEDICALLY UNDERSERVED COMMU22
    NITIES.
    23 Section 201(b)(1) (8 U.S.C. 1151(b)(1)), as amended
    24 by section 217(b), is further amended by adding at the
    25 end the following:
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    1 ‘‘(L)(i) Alien physicians who have completed
    2 service requirements of a waiver requested under
    3 section 203(b)(2)(B)(ii), including alien physicians
    4 who completed such service before the date of the
    5 enactment of the Border Security, Economic Oppor6
    tunity, and Immigration Modernization Act and any
    7 spouses or children of such alien physicians.

    Page 361 SEC. 2403. EMPLOYMENT PROTECTIONS FOR PHYSICIANS.
    4 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 214(l)(1)(C) (8 U.S.C.
    5 1184(l)(1)(C)) is amended by striking clauses (i) and (ii)
    6 and inserting the following:
    7 ‘‘(i) the alien demonstrates a bona fide
    8 offer of full-time employment, at a health care
    9 organization, which employment has been deter10
    mined by the Secretary of Homeland Security
    11 to be in the public interest; and
    12 ‘‘(ii) the alien agrees to begin employment
    13 with the health facility or health care organiza14
    tion in a geographic area or areas which are
    15 designated by the Secretary of Health and
    16 Human Services as having a shortage of health
    17 care professionals by the later of the date that
    18 is 90 days after receiving such waiver, 90 days
    19 after completing graduate medical education or
    20 training under a program approved pursuant to
    21 section 212(j)(1), or 90 days after receiving
    22 nonimmigrant status or employment authoriza23
    tion, and agrees to continue to work for a total
    24 of not less than 3 years in any status au
    Page 367 the Secretary of Health and Human Serv3
    ices as having a shortage of health care
    4 professionals; and
    5 ‘‘(II) the head of such agency deter6
    mines that—
    7 ‘‘(aa) the alien physician’s work
    8 is in the public interest; and
    9 ‘‘(bb) the grant of such waiver
    10 would not cause the number of the
    11 waivers granted on behalf of aliens for
    Page 372 CHAPTER 1—CITIZENSHIP AND NEW
    17 AMERICANS
    18 Subchapter A—Office of Citizenship and New
    19 Americans
    20 SEC. 2511. OFFICE OF CITIZENSHIP AND NEW AMERICANS.
    21 (a) RENAMING OFFICE OF CITIZENSHIP.—
    22 (1) IN GENERAL.—Beginning on the date of the
    23 enactment of this Act, the Office of Citizenship in
    24 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services shall be referred to as the ‘‘Office of Citizenship and New Americans’’.
    Page 377 Subchapter B—Task Force on New
    Americans
    3 SEC. 2521. ESTABLISHMENT.
    4 (a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish a
    5 Task Force on New Americans.
    6 (b) FULLY FUNCTIONAL.—The Task Force shall be
    7 fully functional not later than 18 months after the date
    8 of the enactment of this Act.
    9 SEC. 2522. PURPOSE.
    10 The purposes of the Task Force are—
    11 (1) to establish a coordinated Federal program
    12 and policy response to immigrant integration issues;
    13 and
    14 (2) to advise and assist the Secretary in identi15
    fying and fostering policies to carry out the policies
    16 and goals established under this chapter.
    Page 380 CHAPTER 2—PUBLIC-PRIVATE
    18 PARTNERSHIP
    19 SEC. 2531. ESTABLISHMENT OF UNITED STATES CITIZEN20
    SHIP FOUNDATION.
    21 The Secretary, acting through the Director of U.S.
    22 Citizenship and Immigration Services, is authorized to es23
    tablish a nonprofit corporation, which shall be known as
    24 the ‘‘United States Citizenship Foundation’’
    S.L.C.
    1 SEC. 2532. FUNDING.
    2 (a) GIFTS TO FOUNDATION.—In order to carry out
    3 the purposes set forth in section 2533, the Foundation
    4 may—
    5 (1) solicit, accept, and make gifts of money and
    6 other property in accordance with section 501(c)(3)
    7 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986;
    8 (2) engage in coordinated work with the De9
    partment, including the Office and U.S. Citizenship
    10 and Immigration Services; and
    11 (3) accept, hold, administer, invest, and spend
    12 any gift, devise, or bequest of real or personal prop13
    erty made to the Foundation.
    14 (b) GIFTS TO OFFICE OF CITIZENSHIP AND NEW
    15 AMERICANS.—The Office may accept gifts from the Foun16
    dation to support the functions of the Office.
    17 SEC. 2533. PURPOSES.
    18 The purposes of the Foundation are—
    19 (1) to expand citizenship preparation programs
    20 for permanent residents;
    21 (2) to provide direct assistance for aliens seek22
    ing provisional immigrant status, legal permanent
    23 resident status, or naturalization as a United States
    24 citizen; and
    25 (3) to coordinate immigrant integration with
    26 State and local entities.
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    1 SEC. 2534. AUTHORIZED ACTIVITIES.
    2 The Foundation shall carry out its purpose by—
    3 (1) making United States citizenship instruc4
    tion and naturalization application services acces5
    sible to low-income and other underserved perma6
    nent resident populations;
    7 (2) developing, identifying, and sharing best
    8 practices in United States citizenship preparation;
    9 (3) supporting innovative and creative solutions
    10 to barriers faced by those seeking naturalization;
    11 (4) increasing the use of, and access to, tech12
    nology in United States citizenship preparation pro13
    grams;
    14 (5) engaging receiving communities in the
    15 United States citizenship and civic integration proc16
    ess;
    17 (6) administering the New Citizens Award Pro18
    gram to recognize, in each calendar year, not more
    19 than 10 United States citizens who—
    20 (A) have made outstanding contributions
    21 to the United States; and
    22 (B) have been naturalized during the 10-
    23 year period ending on the date of such recogni24
    tion;
    25 (7) fostering public education and awareness;.
    SEC. 2537. INITIAL ENTRY, ADJUSTMENT, AND CITIZENSHIP
    17 ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM.
    18 (a) AUTHORIZATION.—The Secretary, acting through
    19 the Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Serv20
    ices, may award Initial Entry, Adjustment, and Citizen21
    ship Assistance grants to eligible public or private, non22
    profit organizations.
    23 (b) USE OF GRANT FUNDS.—IEACA grants shall be
    24 used for the design and implementation of programs that
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    1 provide direct assistance, within the scope of the author2
    ized practice of immigration law—
    3 (1) to aliens who are preparing an initial appli4
    cation for registered provisional immigrant status
    5 under section 245B of the Immigration and Nation6
    ality Act, as added by section 2101 of this Act, in7
    cluding assisting applicants in—
    8 (A) screening to assess prospective appli9
    cants’ potential eligibility or lack of eligibility;
    10 (B) completing applications;
    11 (C) gathering proof of identification, em12
    ployment, residence, and tax payment;
    13 (D) gathering proof of relationships of eli14
    gible family members;
    15 (E) applying for any waivers for which ap16
    plicants and qualifying family members may be
    17 eligible; and
    18 (F) any other assistance that the Secretary
    19 or grantee considers useful to aliens who are in20
    terested in applying for registered provisional
    21 immigrant status;
    22 (2) to aliens seeking to adjust their status
    23 under section2211 or 2212 of this Act or section
    24 245, 245B, or 245C of the Immigration and Nation25
    ality Act;
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    1 (3) to legal permanent residents seeking to be2
    come naturalized United States citizens; and
    3 (4) to applicants on—
    4 (A) the rights and responsibilities of
    5 United States citizenship;
    6 (B) civics-based English as a second lan7
    guage;
    8 (C) civics, with a special emphasis on com9
    mon values and traditions of Americans, includ10
    ing an understanding of the history of the
    11 United States and the principles of the Con12
    stitution; and
    13 (D) applying for United States citizenship.
    1page 3864 SEC. 2538. PILOT PROGRAM TO PROMOTE IMMIGRANT IN15
    TEGRATION AT STATE AND LOCAL LEVELS.
    16 (a) GRANTS AUTHORIZED.—The Chief shall establish
    17 a pilot program through which the Chief may award
    18 grants, on a competitive basis, to States and local govern19
    ments or other qualifying entities, in collaboration with
    20 State and local governments —
    21 (1) to establish New Immigrant Councils to
    22 carry out programs to integrate new immigrants; or
    23 (2) to carry out programs to integrate new im24
    migrants. (c) PRIORITY.—In awarding grants under this sec14
    tion, the Chief shall give priority to States and local gov15
    ernments or other qualifying entities that—
    16 (1) use matching funds from non-Federal
    17 sources, which may include in-kind contributions;
    18 (2) demonstrate collaboration with public and
    19 private entities to achieve the goals of the com20
    prehensive plan developed pursuant to subsection
    21 (d)(3);
    22 (3) are 1 of the 10 States with the highest rate
    23 of foreign-born residents; or
    24 (4) have experienced a large increase in the
    25 population of immigrants during the most recent 10-
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    1 year period relative to past migration patterns,
    2 based on data compiled by the Office of Immigration
    3 Statistics or the United States Census Bureau.
    4 (d) AUTHORIZED ACTIVITIES.—A grant awarded
    5 under this subsection may be used—
    6 (1) to form a New Immigrant Council, which
    7 shall—
    8 (A) consist of between 15 and 19 individ9
    uals, inclusive, from the State, local govern10
    ment, or qualifying organization;
    11 (B) include, to the extent practicable, rep12
    resentatives from—
    13 (i) business;
    14 (ii) faith-based organizations;
    15 (iii) civic organizations;
    16 (iv) philanthropic organizations;
    17 (v) nonprofit organizations, including
    18 those with experience working with immi19
    grant communities;
    20 (vi) key education stakeholders, such
    21 as State educational agencies, local edu22
    cational agencies, community colleges, and
    23 teachers;
    24 (vii) State adult education offices;
    Page 392 CHAPTER 3—FUNDING
    6 SEC. 2541. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.
    7 (a) OFFICE OF CITIZENSHIP AND NEW AMERI8
    CANS.—In addition to any amounts otherwise made avail9
    able to the Office, there are authorized to be appropriated
    10 to carry out the functions described in section 451(f)(2)
    11 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C.
    12 271(f)(2)), as amended by section 2511(b)—
    13 (1) $10,000,000 for the 5-year period ending
    14 on September 30, 2018; and
    15 (2) such sums as may be necessary for fiscal
    16 year 2019 and subsequent fiscal years.
    17 (b) GRANT PROGRAMS.—There are authorized to be
    18 appropriated to implement the grant programs authorized
    19 under sections 2537 and 2538, and to implement the
    20 strategy under section 2539—
    21 (1) $100,000,000 for the 5-year period ending
    22 on September 30, 2018; and
    23 (2) such sums as may be necessary for fiscal
    24 year 2019 and subsequent fiscal years.
    Page 393 2551. WAIVER OF ENGLISH REQUIREMENT FOR SEN4
    IOR NEW AMERICANS.
    5 Section 312 (8 U.S.C. 1423) is amended by striking
    6 subsection (b) and inserting the following:
    7 ‘‘(b) The requirements under subsection (a) shall not
    8 apply to any person who—
    9 ‘‘(1) is unable to comply with such require10
    ments because of physical or developmental disability
    11 or mental impairment; or
    12 ‘‘(2) on the date on which the person’s applica13
    tion for naturalization is filed under section 334—
    14 ‘‘(A) is older than 65 years of age; and
    15 ‘‘(B) has been living in the United States
    16 for periods totaling at least 5 years after being
    17 lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
    18 ‘‘(c) The requirement under subsection (a)(1) shall
    19 not apply to any person who, on the date on which the
    20 person’s application for naturalization is filed under sec21
    tion 334—
    22 ‘‘(1) is older than 50 years of age and has been
    23 living in the United States for periods totaling at
    24 least 20 years after being lawfully admitted for per25
    Manent
    TITLE III—INTERIOR
    14 ENFORCEMENT
    15 Subtitle A—Employment
    16 Verification System
    17 SEC. 3101. UNLAWFUL EMPLOYMENT OF UNAUTHORIZED
    18 ALIENS.
    19 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 274A (8 U.S.C. 1324a)
    20 is amended to read as follows:
    21 ‘‘SEC. 274A. UNLAWFUL EMPLOYMENT OF ALIENS.
    22 ‘‘(a) MAKING EMPLOYMENT OF UNAUTHORIZED
    23 ALIENS UNLAWFUL.—
    24 ‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—It is unlawful for an em25
    ployer—
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    1 ‘‘(A) to hire, recruit, or refer for a fee an
    2 alien for employment in the United States
    3 knowing that the alien is an unauthorized alien
    4 with respect to such employment; or
    5 ‘‘(B) to hire, recruit, or refer for a fee for
    6 employment in the United States an individual
    7 without complying with the requirements under
    8 subsections (c) and (d).
    9 ‘‘(2) CONTINUING EMPLOYMENT.—
    10 ‘‘(A) PROHIBITION ON CONTINUED EM11
    PLOYMENT OF UNAUTHORIZED ALIENS.—It is
    12 unlawful for an employer, after hiring an alien
    13 for employment, to continue to employ the alien
    14 in the United States knowing that the alien is
    15 (or has become) an unauthorized alien with re16
    spect to such employment.
    17 ‘‘(B) PROHIBITION ON CONSIDERATION OF
    18 PREVIOUS UNAUTHORIZED STATUS.—Nothing
    19 in this section may be construed to prohibit the
    20 employment of an individual who is authorized
    21 for employment in the United States if such in22
    dividual was previously an unauthorized alien.
    23 ‘‘(3) USE OF LABOR THROUGH CONTRACT.—
    24 For purposes of this section, any employer that uses
    25 a contract, subcontract, or exchange to obtain the
    ‘‘page 402 (4) EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZED STATUS.—The
    13 term ‘employment authorized status’ means, with re14
    spect to an individual, that the individual is author15
    ized to be employed in the United States under the
    16 immigration laws of the United States.
    17 ‘‘(5) SECRETARY.—Except as otherwise specifi18
    cally provided, the term ‘Secretary’ means the Sec19
    retary of Homeland Security.
    20 ‘‘(6) SYSTEM.—The term ‘System’ means the
    21 Employment Verification System established under
    22 subsection (d).
    23 ‘‘(7) UNAUTHORIZED ALIEN.—The term ‘unau24
    thorized alien’ means an alien who, with respect to
    page 422 2) PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS.—
    16 ‘‘(A) FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.—Except as
    17 provided in clause (ii), all agencies and depart18
    ments in the executive, legislative, or judicial
    19 branches of the Federal Government shall par20
    ticipate in the System beginning on the earlier
    21 of—
    22 ‘‘(i) the date of the enactment of the
    23 Border Security, Economic Opportunity,
    24 and Immigration Modernization Act, to the
    25 extent required under section 402(e)(1) of
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    1 the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immi2
    grant Responsibility Act of 1996 (division
    3 C of Public Law 104–208; 8 U.S.C.
    4 1324a) and as already implemented
    ‘‘(ii) REQUIRED PARTICIPATION.—Not
    13 later than 5 years after regulations are
    14 published implementing this subsection, all
    15 employers owned by, or entities of, the gov16
    ernment of a federally recognized Indian
    17 tribe shall participate in the System with
    18 respect to all newly hired employees with
    19 expiring temporary employment authoriza20
    tion documents.
    ‘‘page 447 (v) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIA2
    TIONS.—There are authorized to be appro3
    priated to carry out this paragraph
    4 $40,000,000 for each of the fiscal years
    5 2014 through 2016.
    6 ‘‘(H) AUTHORITY TO MODIFY INFORMA7
    TION REQUIREMENTS.—Based on a regular re8
    view of the System and the document
    9 verification procedures to identify misuse or
    10 fraudulent use and to assess the security of the
    11 documents and processes used to establish iden12
    tity or employment authorized status, the Sec13
    retary, in consultation with the Commissioner,
    14 after publication of notice in the Federal Reg15
    ister and an opportunity for public comment,
    16 may modify, if the Secretary determines that
    17 the modification is necessary to ensure that the
    18 System accurately and reliably determines the
    19 identity and employment authorized status of
    20 employees and maintain existing protections
    21 against misuse, discrimination, fraud, and iden
    Page 468E) GRANTS TO STATES.—
    19 ‘‘(i) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary
    20 shall create and administer a grant pro21
    gram to help provide funding for States
    22 that grant—
    23 ‘‘(I) the Secretary access to driv24
    er’s license information as needed to
    25 confirm that a driver’s license pre
    iii) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIA19
    TIONS.—There is authorized to be appro20
    priated to the Secretary $250,000,000 to
    21 carry out this subparagraph.
    22 ‘‘(F) RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SEC23
    11) ANNUAL GAO STUDY AND REPORT.—
    22 ‘‘(A) REQUIREMENT.—The Comptroller
    23 General shall, for each year, undertake a study
    24 to evaluate the accuracy, efficiency, integrity,
    25 and impact of the System.
    ‘‘(4) CIVIL PENALTIES.—
    12 ‘‘(A) HIRING OR CONTINUING TO EMPLOY
    13 UNAUTHORIZED ALIENS.—Any employer that
    14 violates any provision of subsection (a)(1)(A) or
    15 (a)(2) shall—
    16 ‘‘(i) pay a civil penalty of not less
    17 than $3,500 and not more than $7,500 for
    18 each unauthorized alien with respect to
    19 which each violation of either subsection
    20 (a)(1)(A) or (a)(2) occurred;
    Page 480 ‘‘(4) CIVIL PENALTIES.—
    12 ‘‘(A) HIRING OR CONTINUING TO EMPLOY
    13 UNAUTHORIZED ALIENS.—Any employer that
    14 violates any provision of subsection (a)(1)(A) or
    15 (a)(2) shall—
    16 ‘‘(i) pay a civil penalty of not less
    17 than $3,500 and not more than $7,500 for
    18 each unauthorized alien with respect to
    19 which each violation of either subsection
    20 (a)(1)(A) or (a)(2) occurred;
    ‘‘(7) CREATION OF LIEN.—If any employer lia22
    ble for a fee or penalty under this section neglects
    23 or refuses to pay such liability after demand and
    24 fails to file a petition for review (if applicable) as
    25 provided in paragraph (6), the amount of the fee orpenalty shall be a lien in favor of the United States
    2 on all property and rights to property, whether real
    3 or personal, belonging to such employer. If a petition
    4 for review is filed as provided in paragraph (6), the
    5 lien shall arise upon the entry of a final judgment
    6 by the court. The lien continues for 20 years or until
    7 the liability is satisfied, remitted, set aside, or termi8
    nated.
    Page 489 9 ‘‘( FILING NOTICE OF LIEN.—
    10 ‘‘(A) PLACE FOR FILING.—The notice re11
    ferred to in paragraph (7) shall be filed as de12
    scribed in 1 of the following:
    13 ‘‘(i) UNDER STATE LAWS.—
    14 ‘‘(I) REAL PROPERTY.—In the
    15 case of real property, in 1 office with16
    in the State (or the county, or other
    17 governmental subdivision), as des18
    ignated by the laws of such State, in
    19 which the property subject to the lien
    20 is situated.
    21 ‘‘(II) PERSONAL PROPERTY.—In
    22 the case of personal property, whether
    23 tangible or intangible, in 1 office with24
    in the State (or the county, or other
    25 governmental
    (e) REPEAL OF PILOT PROGRAMS AND E-VERIFY
    14 AND TRANSITION PROCEDURES.—
    15 (1) REPEAL.—Sections 401, 402, 403, 404,
    16 and 405 of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Im17
    migrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (division C of
    18 Public Law 104–208; 8 U.S.C. 1324a note) are re19
    pealed.
    20 (2) TRANSITION PROCEDURES.—Any employer
    21 who was participating in the E-Verify Program de22
    scribed in section 403 of the Illegal Immigration Re23
    form and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (di24
    vision C of Public Law 104–208; 8 U.S.C. 1324a
    25 note), as in effect on the minute before the date of
    Page 5040 2. INCREASING SECURITY AND INTEGRITY OF SO17
    CIAL SECURITY CARDS.
    18 (a) FRAUD-RESISTANT, TAMPER-RESISTANT, WEAR19
    RESISTANT, AND IDENTITY THEFT-RESISTANT SOCIAL
    20 SECURITY CARDS.—
    21 (1) ISSUANCE.—
    22 (A) PRELIMINARY WORK.—Not later than
    23 180 days after the date of the enactment of this
    24 title, the Commissioner of Social Security shall
    25 begin work to administer and issue fraud-resist
    3) APPROPRIATION.—Out of any money in the
    16 Treasury of the United States not otherwise appro17
    priated, there is appropriated to the Commissioner
    18 of Social Security an additional amount for ‘‘Limita19
    tion on Administrative Expenses’’ for the purpose of
    20 carrying out the amendments made by this sub21
    section, $1,000,000,000 for fiscal year 2014, to re22
    main available until expended.
    23 (4) EMERGENCY DESIGNATION FOR CONGRES
    Page 507 ‘‘§ 1041. Social security fraud.
    5 ‘‘Any person who—
    6 ‘‘(1) knowingly possesses or uses a social secu7
    rity account number or social security card knowing
    8 that the number or card was obtained from the
    9 Commissioner of Social Security by means of fraud
    10 or false statement;
    11 ‘‘(2) knowingly and falsely represents a number
    12 to be the social security account number assigned by
    13 the Commissioner of Social Security to him or her
    14 or to another person, when such number is known
    15 not to be the social security account number as16
    Page 509 SEC. 3103. INCREASING SECURITY AND INTEGRITY OF IM22
    MIGRATION DOCUMENTS.
    23 Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment
    24 of this Act, the Secretary shall submit a report to Con25
    gress on the feasibility, advantages, and disadvantages of
    page 510 SEC. 3104. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY
    5 ADMINISTRATION.
    6 Title XI of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1301
    7 et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the following
    8 new part:
    9 ‘‘PART E—EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION
    10 ‘‘RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL
    11 SECURITY
    12 ‘‘SEC. 1186. (a) CONFIRMATION OF EMPLOYMENT
    13 VERIFICATION DATA.—As part of the employment
    14 verification system established by the Secretary of Home15
    land Security under the provisions of section 274A of the
    16 Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1324a) (in
    17 this section referred to as the ‘System’), the Commissioner
    18 of Social Security shall, subject to the provisions of section
    19 274A(d) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C.
    20 1324a(d)), establish a reliable, secure method that, oper21
    ating through the System and within the time periods
    22 specified
    Page 512 SEC. 3105. IMPROVED PROHIBITION ON DISCRIMINATION
    2 BASED ON NATIONAL ORIGIN OR CITIZEN3
    SHIP STATUS.
    . SEC. 3105. IMPROVED PROHIBITION ON DISCRIMINATION
    2 BASED ON NATIONAL ORIGIN OR CITIZEN3
    SHIP STATUS.
    4 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 274B(a) (8 U.S.C.
    5 1324b) is amended to read as follows:
    6 ‘‘(a) PROHIBITION ON DISCRIMINATION BASED ON
    7 NATIONAL ORIGIN OR CITIZENSHIP STATUS.—
    8 ‘‘(1) PROHIBITION ON DISCRIMINATION GEN9
    ERALLY.—It is an unfair immigration-related em10
    ployment practice for a person, other entity, or em11
    ployment agency, to discriminate against any indi12
    vidual (other than an unauthorized alien defined in
    13 section 274A(b)) because of such individual’s na14
    tional origin or citizenship status, with respect to the
    15 following:
    16 ‘‘(A) The hiring of the individual for em17
    ployment.
    18 ‘‘(B) The verification of the individual’s
    19 eligibility to work in the United States.
    20 ‘‘(C) The discharging of the individual
    21 from employment.
    22 ‘‘(2) EXCEPTIONS.—Paragraph (1) shall not
    23 apply to the following:
    24 ‘‘(A) A person, other entity, or employer
    25 that employs 5 or fewer employees, except for
    26 an employment agency.
    513
    EAS13500 S.L.C
    Page 514 UNFAIR IMMIGRATION-RELATED EMPLOY6
    MENT PRACTICES RELATING TO THE SYSTEM.—It is
    7 also an unfair immigration-related employment prac8
    tice for a person, other entity, or employment agen9
    cy—
    10 ‘‘(A) to discharge or constructively dis11
    charge an individual solely due to a further ac12
    tion notice issued by the Employment
    13 Verification System created by section 274A
    14 until the administrative appeal described in sec15
    tion 274A(d)(6) is completed;
    16 ‘‘(B) to use the System with regard to
    Page 521 17 States Workers
    18 SEC. 3201. PROTECTIONS FOR VICTIMS OF SERIOUS VIOLA19
    TIONS OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OR
    20 CRIME.
    21 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 101(a)(15)(U) (8 U.S.C.
    22 1101(a)(15)(U)) is amended—
    23 (1) in clause (i)—
    24 (A) by amending subclause (I) to read as
    25 follows:
    521
    EAS13500 S.L.C.
    1 ‘‘(I) the alien—
    2 ‘‘(aa) has suffered substantial
    3 physical or mental abuse or substan4
    tial harm as a result of having been a
    5 victim of criminal activity described in
    6 clause (iii) or of a covered violation
    7 described in clause (iv); or
    8 ‘‘(bb) is a victim of criminal ac9
    tivity described in clause (iii) or of a
    10 covered violation described in clause
    11 (iv) and would suffer extreme hard12
    ship upon removal;’’;
    13 (B) in subclause (II), by inserting ‘‘, or a
    14 covered violation resulting in a claim described
    Page 531 SEC. 3202. EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION SYSTEM EDU7
    CATION FUNDING.
    8 (a) DISPOSITION OF CIVIL PENALTIES.—Penalties
    9 collected under subsections (e)(4) and (f)(3) of section
    10 274A of the Immigration and Nationality Act, amended
    11 by section 3101, shall be deposited, as offsetting receipts,
    12 into the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Trust Fund
    13 established under section 6(a)(1).
    14 (b) EXPENDITURES.—Amounts deposited into the
    15 Trust Fund under subsection (a) shall be made available
    16 to the Secretary to provide education to employers and
    17 employees regarding the requirements, obligations, and
    18 rights under the Employment Verification System.
    19 (c) DETERMINATION OF BUDGETARY EFFECTS.—
    20 (1) EMERGENCY DESIGNATION FOR CONGRES21
    SIONAL ENFORCEMENT.—In the Senate, amounts
    22 made available under this section are designated as
    23 an emergency requirement pursuant to section
    24 403(a) of S. Con. Res. 13 (111th Congress), the
    Page 535 Subtitle C—Other Provisions
    9 SEC. 3301. FUNDING.
    10 (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INTERIOR ENFORCE11
    MENT ACCOUNT.—There is hereby established in the
    12 Treasury of the United States an account which shall be
    13 known as the Interior Enforcement Account.
    14 (b) APPROPRIATIONS.—There are authorized to be
    15 appropriated to the Interior Enforcement Account
    16 $1,000,000,000 to carry out this title and the amend17
    ments made by this title, including the following appro18
    priations:
    19 (1) In each of the 5 years beginning on the date
    20 of the enactment of this Act, the appropriations nec21
    essary to increase to a level not less than 5,000, by
    22 the



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