H.R. 1770 would require employers at critical infrastructure sites, including federal, state and local government buildings; military bases; nuclear energy sites; weapons sites; and airports, to participate in the Basic Pilot program to verify the identity and employment eligibility of employees.
Civil Liberties Restoration Act of 2005
H.R. 1502, the Civil Liberties Restoration Act, would weaken interior enforcement by eliminating criminal penalties and deportation for aliens who violate certain immigration laws as well as the National Security Entry-Exit System (NSEERS), which tracks aliens from terrorist-sponsoring countries. H.R. 1502 also requires removal proceedings to be open to the public and provides even broader due process rights for aliens.
Financial Customer Identification Verification Improvement Act
H.R. 815, the Financial Customer Identification Verification Improvement Act, would prohibit the use of identification cards issued by foreign governments, including Matricula consular cards, for purposes of verifying the identity of a person who opens an account at a financial institution.
Illegal Immigration Enforcement and Social Security Protection Act of 2005
H.R. 98, the Illegal Immigration Enforcement and Social Security Protection Act, would increase penalties against employers who hire illegal aliens and require employers to verify the legal status of potential employees who will be required to hold new Social Security cards with biometric identifiers. In addition, H.R. 98 calls for hiring 10,000 new Homeland Security Department investigators to enforce the law.
To require employers to conduct employment eligibility verification.
H.R. 19 would expand the voluntary pilot program that currently allows employers to verify an employee's legal status by making the program mandatory nationwide and phasing it in over seven years.
9/11 Recommendations Implementation Act
H.R. 10, the 9/11 Recommendations Implementation Act, would set federal standards for the issuance of driver's licenses and birth certificates. H.R. 10 would prohibit issuance of driver's licenses to illegal aliens and require that driver's licenses of temporary visa holders expire when their visa expires. As well, H.R. 10 contains provisions to prohibit the use of consular-issued ID cards. H.R. 10 would reduce asylum fraud by reaffirming that the burden of proof is on the asylum claimant, and that the adjudicator may require corroborating evidence in certain cases. H.R.
Illegal Immigration Enforcement and Social Security Protection Act of 2004
H.R. 5111, the Illegal Immigration Enforcement and Social Security Protection Act, would increase interior enforcement by requiring a mandatory workplace verification program to verify the legal work status of potential employees. Additionally, the legislation contained significant sanctions against employers who hire illegal aliens and requires integration of the border-patrol fingerprint identification system and the FBI fingerprint-database.
Safe, Orderly, Legal Visas and Enforcement Act of 2004