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Daniel M. Kowalski
Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification: Franz Kafka's Solution to Illegal Immigration

"A mandatory national EEV system would have substantial costs yet still fail to prevent illegal immigration. It would deny a sizable percentage of law-abiding American citizens the ability to work legally. Deemed ineligible by a database, millions...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Why Don?t They Just Get In Line?

"Many Americans wonder why undocumented immigrants do not come to the U.S. legally or simply ?get in line? to get residency (a ?green card?). In fact, the U.S. immigration system is grossly out of date and not keeping up with the demands of a growing...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Town still divided three months after deportation of high schooler

"Officer Charlie Corn reported that he spotted Acosta blocking a fire lane in late November while she was dropping off a youngster at a middle school. Corn, who was on traffic duty at the school, followed Acosta to the high school nearby, discovered...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
GOP senators to introduce toughest-yet immigration package

"Senate Republicans are set to announce today the hardest-hitting package of immigration enforcement measures seen yet -- one that would require jail time for illegal immigrants caught crossing the border, make it harder for them to open bank accounts...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Better Have Your Papers In Order

"[T]he most troubling part of [SAVE] is it's reliance on the DHS's flawed Basic Pilot / E-Verify Electronic Employment Verification system, and the Social Security Administration's error-ridden "No-Match List" to determine whether...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
A Check on Name Checks

"If FBI name checks are effective, USCIS should demand the resources needed to perform them. If they're not, it shouldn't. Officials can't have it both ways." Washington Post Editorial, Mar. 5, 2008. http://www.washingtonpost.com...

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