Proposed mandatory use of E-Verify raises concerns

04/11/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

A bill that would require businesses to screen potential hires through E-Verify has raised concerns because the program can take a long time to identify legitimate workers and has trouble detecting identity theft. The requirement could come under a comprehensive bill to reform the country's immigration laws, and would give businesses five years to become familiar with the program. Some large companies are already using E-Verify, but its errors could hurt operations of small businesses.

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