Thursday, February 23, 2012

Georgia immigration

  • Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday said he was not seeking changes to Georgia's new anti-illegal immigration law despite its unintended consequences, including migrant farmworker shortages.
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • ATLANTA — A trio of Republican state senators has sponsored legislation that would bar illegal immigrants from attending Georgia state colleges and universities and would tweak some other state laws having to do with illegal immigration.
  • (Marietta Daily Journal)
  • ATHENS — A relatively new Georgia Board of Regents policy regulating the But he did say that it was an "immigration-related issue" and that the school has "not given up" on helping Brown realize his dream of attending UGA.
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • ATLANTA (AP) - A trio of Republican state senators has sponsored legislation that would bar illegal immigrants from attending Georgia state colleges and universities and would tweak some other state laws having to do with illegal immigration.
  • (Wrcbtv.com)
  • That includes five Georgia colleges and universities that foreign passports should only be acceptable if they are submitted along with valid federal immigration paperwork specifying that the person is in the country legally. Rep.
  • (NECN)
  • Water wars, voting rights, health care and immigration top the list of legal concerns facing Georgia, state Attorney General Sam Olens said Wednesday. Olens was in Carrollton to speak to a noon meeting of the West Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.
  • (Douglas County Sentinel)
  • Georgias comprehensive immigration law requires that private employers enroll in E-Verify as a condition to obtaining or renewing a broad range of business licenses and other documentation required to operate a business or engage in a professional service.
  • (Mondaq)
  • Immigration is a complex phenomenon both from a legal point and Tennessee (3.1 percent), but lower than Florida (6.6 percent) and Georgia (7 percent).
  • (Montgomery Advertiser)
  • E-Verify is a federal database that allows enrolled employers to check the eligibility of new hires to work in the U.S. Georgias new law targeting illegal immigration mandates that certain employers use the database.
  • (MyFox Atlanta)

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