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Immigration Law as a Precursor for Work Permits

Posted by on | May 22, 2017 | Comments Off

I have made this same point before — immigration restrictions on who can and can’t work in the US is effectively a Federal work permit requirement, one that could easily be expanded over time:

E-Verify, if implemented nationwide, would be a system of work permits. If you started a new job, you would need the federal government to verify that you are legally allowed to have that job. How long would it be before the government started making judgements about who should be allowed to work? Convicted sexual predators, even those who were, say 19, and sleeping with a consensual 16-year-old, have to register for life and are told that they can’t live in certain parts of a city. Is it entirely inconceivable that some would ultimately be told that they can’t work?

I can imagine far worse than that in today’s society.   One must complete a certain number of hours of training and pass a series of tests to get a driver’s licence.  How long before someone suggestions mandatory diversity testing and a woke-ness test before being allowed to work?

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