“Raids and audits have been going on, in various ways, under every president going back to the 80’s,” noted immigration attorney Harlan York of Newark. “One of the best questions to ask here is what’s the most significant use of enforcement? It’s an age-old issue. Are businesses going to find Americans who are ready, willing or able to do jobs that immigrants readily accept?”
According to ICE data, employment audits actually peaked during the Obama Administration in Fiscal 2013, when 3,127 inspections of employers were conducted. Last fiscal year, just 1,360 were performed.
Homan last year announced that ICE would …read more
Source: NJ.com Essex