Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Tag Archives: “federal preemption”

Immigration Voices: Baring My Teeth at I-9 Enforcement Inequalities

Posted in Enforcement/USICE, Guest Columns, I-9s, State Immigration Laws

[Blogger’s note:  Here we go with another guest column from Nicole (Nici) Kersey who offers a witty, wise and worthy post on the inequities and inanities of the worksite enforcement scheme concocted by Congress in 1990, a flawed system of employer deputization of governmental functions largely maladministered by various agencies of the Executive Branch.  Worse yet for employers, the states Continue Reading

Immigration Dreaming in California — Assembly Bill 263 Will Bring Nightmares to the State’s Employers

Posted in Employment-Based Immigration, Enforcement/USICE, I-9s, Immigration Regulations, State Immigration Laws

“California deserves whatever it gets. Californians invented the concept of life-style. This alone warrants their doom.” ― Don DeLillo, White Noise

“Political corruption, social greed, and Americanized quasi-socialism can ruin even the most wonderful places. California proved that.” ― Tiffany Madison

As a transplant from Michigan who has thrived in California since settling here in 1982, I’ve come to expect … Continue Reading