Social Security numbers used by illegal aliens to get jobs
Research by an immigration reform organization revealed that between 2012 and 2016, there were about 39 million instances of the Social Security number on employer-submitted W-2 income tax forms not matching the name on file with Social Security. According to the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), this was a result of illegal aliens using stolen Social Security numbers to get American jobs. Compounding the problem and softening any efforts to correct it, the Obama Administration stopped sending “no match” letters to employers coincident with its DACA amnesty program. A result is that law-abiding citizens are being summoned by the IRS for unreported income charged to their Social Security number but received by illegal aliens. In this OneNewsNow article by Chad Groening, the author examines this issue and posits that a mandatory E-verify system to prevent illegals from taking American jobs is needed. Click here to read more.
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