What Are the National ID Implications of the Senate Immigration Bill?

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What Are the National ID Implications of the Senate Immigration Bill?

by David Bier
May 3, 2013



1. ID standards: The bill requires all employers to check photo IDs of all employees they hire—any employee who fails to present a photo ID must be fired. Employees who attempt to use ID from states that have not implemented the Real ID Act would need a second form of identification to be hired. The Real ID Act was an unfunded mandate on states to remake their state IDs to fit federal guidelines. The states rebelled and refused to do so. This law would make it more burdensome for employees in those states to get a job—thus, this stick is being used to conform states to the federal ID standards. (The bill also creates “tamper-proof Social Security cards, which all workers will need to get a job in America).

3. Mandatory E-Verify:

4. Biometric E-Verify:

5. Identity Authentication Mechanism:


Reasons to Object

Read my other E-Verify work here:

Study: E-Verify Mandate Is Costly for Businesses and Workers: $8.5 billion/year 

Will E-Verify Have Discriminatory Results?

Gang Of 8’s Euphemism For National ID System: “Identity Authentication Mechanism”

CEI Study: Cost Of Keeping One Unauthorized Immigrant From Getting A Job — $13,000

Americans Reject Actual E-Verify System

White House Immigration Bill Will Be A Disaster Without Accessible Work Visas

Obama’s Immigration Bill Forces Employers To Pay Illegal Immigrants

E-Verify: Opening The Door For More Regulations

National ID, By Itself, Violates Liberty

E-Verify Is A Threat To Liberty

National ID Proponents’ Bad Arguments

The New National Identification System Is Coming

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