Licensed to Carry, Forbidden to Work

Licensed to Carry, Forbidden to Work

"Legally, I could travel the world as a U.S. citizen, drive, marry, buy a house and even carry a gun in my pants.  A branch of my family tree planted American roots in the late 1600s.  But the immigration service said I could not continue keeping my job of nearly 20 years.  Or work at any U.S. job.  It's a frustrating side-effect of an attempt to root out undocumented workers.  From first-hand experience, it's a flawed system lacking common sense or flexibility."

- Tulsa World News Columnist Ginnie Graham describes her run-in with E-Verify.