This State Is Finally Putting Legal Americans First – Employers Who Hire Illegal Aliens Face THIS Extreme Punishment
Finally one state in American is taking a stand against illegal immigration that is sure to have a lasting and powerful effect.
This state legislation will have employers thinking twice before hiring illegals.
With no form of income illegals will be forced to leave the state or better yet, never show up in the first place.
The proposal would make Indiana’s penalties among the toughest in the nation.
Senate Bill 285 would allow a judge to strip employers of their business license if they “knowingly” hire undocumented immigrants three times.
State Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, says he introduced the measure to “take away the jobs magnet and remove the financial incentive of unscrupulous business people who profit off of illegal immigration.”
Jon Feere, a legal policy analyst at the Center for Immigration Studies, said the legislation imposes “high stakes” on employers. He said it likely would spur more businesses to use E-Verify—the government database that matches an employee’s I-9 form to federal records for confirm legal eligibility to work.
To that end, Feere told The Daily Signal, the bill effectively would discourage illegal hiring practices because employers who use the federal registration system would be immune from prosecution. He said:
Ultimately, that’s a good thing for employers who are law-abiding since they will no longer have to compete with unscrupulous businesses that get work and sales by undercutting wages. It’s also a good thing for legal workers and taxpayers, who will likely see illegal immigration deterred from Indiana.
Indiana law currently requires that state agencies and public contractors use E-Verify. Private employers only need to enroll if they would like to qualify for specific tax credits on state income taxes.
Although the bill could be effective in encouraging businesses to use E-Verify, Feere said, it may be more effective for state legislators to simply mandate that all employers use the system.
Do you think a federal law that harshly punished employers who hire illegals would solve the massive influx of illegals into the United States?