Commentary: Feds should not enforce immigration rules that harm employers, workers

10/19/2007 | Wall Street Journal, The

After the U.S. Congress failed to pass immigration reform legislation this year, the Department of Homeland Security began focusing on stronger enforcement of current laws, according to one writer. The Department's new rule forcing employers to fire workers whose names don't match their social security numbers hit a roadblock when a U.S. District Court Judge overruled it, saying it would cause "irreparable harm to innocent workers and employers."

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