By Ben Goad and Kevin Bogardus – The sweeping immigration reform bill unveiled Wednesday (Apr 17) would bring a raft of new regulations and add more layers to the federal bureaucracy.
The 844-page Senate bill calls for a dramatic expansion of the country’s worker verification system, an overhaul of visa programs and a new set of proposed regulations allowing undocumented workers to become “registered provisional immigrants.” more> http://tinyurl.com/c9yvmhj
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