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Former ICE Assistant Secretary Julie Myers Wood Discusses Arizona's Controversial Immigration Law

In this Emerging Issues commentary, Julie Myers Wood, former Assistant Secretary running U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), examines the new Arizona immigration law (S.B. 1070, amended by H.B. 2162). She analyzes some key relevant provisions, including the requirement for aliens to register...

E-Verify: The Crackdown on Unauthorized Employment of Illegal Immigrants Spreads to California Cities

Murrieta and Temecula Join Growing List of Southern California Cities Requiring Employers to Use E-Verify By Mahsa Aliaskari and Matthew Hayes Greenberg Traurig's Business Immigration team has written this commentary on recent developments in California that require employers who do business...

Former ICE Leader Julie Myers Wood On What High Court's Arizona Immigration Law Ruling Means

The former head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) gives her analysis of the Supreme Court's opinion in Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting , in which the court upheld key provisions of the Legal Arizona Workers Act. The act authorizes suspension or revocation of business licenses for knowing...

State Net Capitol Journal: States, Localities Wary of Immigration Reform Costs

By Lou Cannon States and local governments with heavy concentrations of illegal immigrants have long clamored for comprehensive federal immigration reform. But with such reform on the doorstep, many of these states and localities are complaining that they are in line to bear the brunt of the costs...