Following the Supreme Court ruling (Chamber of Commerce of the United States v.Whiting) in which justices ruled 5-3 that the state of Arizona could mandate the use of the federal E-verify system as a means of screening new hires, other states are following Arizona’s lead to mandate it’s use.A private employer who knowingly or intentionally employs an unauthorized alien must have his licenses suspended by the Department of LLR on a first occurrence for at least 10 days but not more than 30 days.E-verify is relatively easy to use and it’s a free service.In the two years since ICE finalized the regulations for electronically storing and/or generating I-9 records there has also been a steady increase in the number of administrative I-9 audits – where employers are asked to deliver their I-9 records to ICE within 72 hours for inspection.The USCIS Verification Division reported that over 16,000 E-Verify compliance letters were issued in Fiscal Year 2010. If Congress were authorized to create national corporations, such a questionable authority would invade States rights reserved to them by the Tenth Amendment, namely, the right to charter their own domestic corporations.
A subsequent violation within three years of the law’s verification requirements must result in the suspension of the private employer’s licenses for at least 10 days but not more than 30 days.
Their presence within the 50 States appears to stem from certain Agreements on Coordination of Tax Administration (ACTA), which officials in those States have consummated with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The Union Pacific Railroad Company was a federal corporation created by Act of Congress to build a railroad through Utah (from the Union to the Pacific), at a time when Utah was a federal Territory, i.e. In plain English, a withholding agent is a person who is responsible for withholding taxes from a workers paycheck, and then paying those taxes into the Treasury of the United States, typically on a quarterly basis.
Supreme Court admitted that no organic Act for the IRS could be found, after they searched for such an Act all the way back to the Civil War, which ended in the year 1865 A. After much diligent research, several investigators have concluded that there is no known Act of Congress, nor any Executive Order, giving IRS lawful jurisdiction to operate within any of the 50 States of the Union. Department of Justice (DOJ) does have power of attorney to represent federal agencies before federal courts, the IRS is not an agency as that term is legally defined in the Freedom of Information Act or in the Administrative Procedures Act. which clearly held that federal citizens had no standing to sue under the Diversity Clause, because they were not even contemplated when Article III in the U. Constitution was first being drafted, circa 1787 A. Since the Guarantee Clause does not require the federal government to guarantee a Republican Form of Government to the federal zone, Congress is free to create a different form of government there, and so it has.
Senator Barbara Boxer fell totally silent in the face of an Application to the California Supreme Court by the People of California, for an ORDER compelling Senator Boxer to witness the material evidence against the so-called 16Aside from the statutes which apply only to federal government employees, pursuant to the Public Salary Tax Act, the only other statutes that create a specific liability for federal income taxes are those itemized in the definition of Withholding agent at IRC section 7701(a The pertinent court cases have held that Congress thereby created a municipal franchise primarily for members of the Negro race, who were freed by President Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation (a war measure), and later by the Thirteenth Amendment banning slavery and involuntary servitude.
It is painfully if not immediately obvious, then, that verifications made under penalty of perjury are outside the United States (read the federal zone) if and when they are executed inside the 50 States of the Union (read the State zone).
Although E-Verify is voluntary in most states, a significant number of states – including Indiana – have passed legislation mandating the use of E-Verify for certain jobs.