Senate immigration talks: E-Verify more likely than biometric cards

03/12/2013 | Washington Post, The

A proposal to use biometric cards to check the legal status of workers could be scrapped under bipartisan efforts to create a comprehensive immigration bill because it is quite costly. The lawmakers are instead leaning to the E-Verify system, noting that it would need improvements to reduce fraud and errors. However, some critics say that could be difficult.

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