E-Verify nationwide could lead to more identity theft, make legal American workers unemployed and prompt the introduction of a nationwide identity card, according to the study.
The study, published Tuesday, was authored by Alex Nowrasteh, an immigration policy analyst at Cato, and Jim Harper, a senior fellow at Cato.
"If E-Verify is ever mandated nationally then it will fail — prompting politicians to call for more extreme immigration enforcement measures like a national biometric identity card," Nowrasteh said. Read more at the Washington Examiner....
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