Advocates Blast Immigration Restrictionists for Disseminating Faulty Data

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009 at 7:11 am

Sure enough, the story I wrote about that appeared Monday in USA Today that said the stimulus bill would provide jobs for some 300,000 undocumented immigrants has created a firestorm.

Picked up widely and the subject of a fear-mongering report on Lou Dobbs’ primetime show on CNN last night, the story cited the conservative Heritage Foundation and the immigration restrictionist group Center for Immigration Studies for their recent studies claiming that, of 2 million estimated construction jobs they estimated would be provided by the stimulus package, 15 percent of those would likely go to immigrants who aren’t legally authorized to work.

But Monday afternoon, the Immigration Policy Center, the research arm of the American Immigration Law Foundation, shot back with a correction:  those estimates are based on outdated and misleading data, the group claims.

According to IPC, the claim that the stimulus bill will create two million new construction jobs is based on a 2007 estimate by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) on how many “construction-oriented” jobs are directly created by each $1 billion of “federal highway expenditures.” But those “construction-oriented” jobs include technical and management positions, which undocumented immigrants don’t usually qualify for.

What’s more, the claim that 15 percent of these jobs — or 300,000 — will go to undocumented workers is based on estimates of the construction industry in 2005, well before the current economic collapse decimated the industry and led many undocumented workers to leave the country. CIS itself has claimed that undocumented workers are leaving the country due to the loss of jobs.

In addition, the reach of the stimulus bill goes well beyond highways, and there’s really no way to know in advance how many low-skilled jobs it will create, much less how many might be filled by undocumented workers. Moreover, the law already prohibits employers from hiring undocumented workers, so simply enforcing the law should keep those numbers down.

While CIS and other conservative groups advocate mandating the use of E-Verify, as I’ve written before and immigrants’ rights groups emphasize, E-Verify is hardly a reliable solution. It relies on the social security database, which is riddled with inaccuracies and would create a bureaucratic nightmare for employers. The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that its use would decrease federal revenue by $17.3 billion over 10 years.

The answer, then, is not to try to exclude and deport some 11 million undocumented immigrants estimated to be living and working in the United States, but real immigration policy reform that will deal humanely with those willing to abide by U.S. laws, pay taxes and otherwise contribute their hard-won earnings to our teetering economy.

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Marge
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 6:17 am

This is more garbage. Yes, deportation is the answer. Stop defending the illegal aliens and lumping them into the immigrants category. Why can't the media ever get this right. Immigrants are lawful and illegal aliens are criminals. Yes, we had American construction workers before illegal aliens decided to invade and yes, Americans can and will do those jobs. The so-called “immigrants rights groups” is a sham name for illegal alien supporters who put their own separatist agenda before Americans. Out with the aliens. E-verify all the way. Lets vote out of office any congressmen who votes against this important amendment.


NAtive American
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 6:43 am

Undocumented immigrants paying more taxes than you think!!

Eight million Undocumented immigrants pay Social Security, Medicare and income taxes. Denying public services to people who pay their taxes is an affront to America’s bedrock belief in fairness. But many “pull-up-the-drawbridge” politicians want to do just that when it comes to illegal immigrants.

The fact that Undocumented immigrants pay taxes at all will come as news to many Americans. A stunning two thirds of Undocumented immigrants pay Medicare, Social Security and personal income taxes.

Yet, nativists like Congressman Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., have popularized the notion that illegal aliens are a colossal drain on the nation’s hospitals, schools and welfare programs — consuming services that they don’t pay for.

In reality, the 1996 welfare reform bill disqualified Undocumented immigrants from nearly all means tested government programs including food stamps, housing assistance, Medicaid and Medicare-funded hospitalization.

The only services that illegals can still get are emergency medical care and K-12 education. Nevertheless, Tancredo and his ilk pushed a bill through the House criminalizing all aid to illegal aliens — even private acts of charity by priests, nurses and social workers.

Potentially, any soup kitchen that offers so much as a free lunch to an illegal could face up to five years in prison and seizure of assets. The Senate bill that recently collapsed would have tempered these draconian measures against private aid.

But no one — Democrat or Republican — seems to oppose the idea of withholding public services. Earlier this year, Congress passed a law that requires everyone who gets Medicaid — the government-funded health care program for the poor — to offer proof of U.S. citizenship so we can avoid “theft of these benefits by illegal aliens,” as Rep. Charlie Norwood, R-Ga., puts it. But, immigrants aren’t flocking to the United States to mooch off the government.

According to a study by the Urban Institute, the 1996 welfare reform effort dramatically reduced the use of welfare by undocumented immigrant households, exactly as intended. And another vital thing happened in 1996: the Internal Revenue Service began issuing identification numbers to enable illegal immigrants who don’t have Social Security numbers to file taxes.

One might have imagined that those fearing deportation or confronting the prospect of paying for their safety net through their own meager wages would take a pass on the IRS’ scheme. Not so. Close to 8 million of the 12 million or so illegal aliens in the country today file personal income taxes using these numbers, contributing billions to federal coffers.

No doubt they hope that this will one day help them acquire legal status — a plaintive expression of their desire to play by the rules and come out of the shadows. What’s more, aliens who are not self-employed have Social Security and Medicare taxes automatically withheld from their paychecks.

Since undocumented workers have only fake numbers, they’ll never be able to collect the benefits these taxes are meant to pay for. Last year, the revenues from these fake numbers — that the Social Security administration stashes in the “earnings suspense file” — added up to 10 percent of the Social Security surplus.

The file is growing, on average, by more than $50 billion a year. Beyond federal taxes, all illegals automatically pay state sales taxes that contribute toward the upkeep of public facilities such as roads that they use, and property taxes through their rent that contribute toward the schooling of their children.

The non-partisan National Research Council found that when the taxes paid by the children of low-skilled immigrant families — most of whom are illegal — are factored in, they contribute on average $80,000 more to federal coffers than they consume. Yes, many illegal migrants impose a strain on border communities on whose doorstep they first arrive, broke and unemployed.

To solve this problem equitably, these communities ought to receive the surplus taxes that federal government collects from immigrants. But the real reason border communities are strained is the lack of a guest worker program.

Such a program would match willing workers with willing employers in advance so that they wouldn’t be stuck for long periods where they disembark while searching for jobs. The cost of undocumented aliens is an issue that immigrant bashers have created to whip up indignation against people they don’t want here in the first place.

With the Senate having just returned from yet another vacation and promising to revisit the stalled immigration bill, politicians ought to set the record straight: Illegals are not milking the government. If anything, it is the other way around.


NAtive American
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 6:43 am

Daniel Griswold: Immigration law should reflect our dynamic labor market

Daniel Griswold is director of the Center for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute in Washington. His writings on immigration can be found at http://www.freetrade.org; e-mail him at dgriswold@cato.org.

Among its many virtues, America is a nation where laws are generally reasonable, respected and impartially enforced. A glaring exception is immigration.

Today an estimated 12 million people live in the U.S. without authorization, 1.6 million in Texas alone, and that number grows every year. Many Americans understandably want the rule of law restored to a system where law-breaking has become the norm.

The fundamental choice before us is whether we redouble our efforts to enforce existing immigration law, whatever the cost, or whether we change the law to match the reality of a dynamic society and labor market.

Low-skilled immigrants cross the Mexican border illegally or overstay their visas for a simple reason: There are jobs waiting here for them to fill, especially in Texas and other, faster growing states. Each year our economy creates hundreds of thousands of net new jobs – in such sectors as retail, cleaning, food preparation, construction and tourism – that require only short-term, on-the-job training.

At the same time, the supply of Americans who have traditionally filled many of those jobs – those without a high school diploma – continues to shrink. Their numbers have declined by 4.6 million in the past decade, as the typical American worker becomes older and better educated.

Yet our system offers no legal channel for anywhere near a sufficient number of peaceful, hardworking immigrants to legally enter the United States even temporarily to fill this growing gap. The predictable result is illegal immigration

In response, we can spend billions more to beef up border patrols. We can erect hundreds of miles of ugly fence slicing through private property along the Rio Grande. We can raid more discount stores and chicken-processing plants from coast to coast. We can require all Americans to carry a national ID card and seek approval from a government computer before starting a new job.

Or we can change our immigration law to more closely conform to how millions of normal people actually live.

Crossing an international border to support your family and pursue dreams of a better life is not an inherently criminal act like rape or robbery. If it were, then most of us descend from criminals. As the people of Texas know well, the large majority of illegal immigrants are not bad people. They are people who value family, faith and hard work trying to live within a bad system.

When large numbers of otherwise decent people routinely violate a law, the law itself is probably the problem. To argue that illegal immigration is bad merely because it is illegal avoids the threshold question of whether we should prohibit this kind of immigration in the first place.

We've faced this choice on immigration before. In the early 1950s, federal agents were making a million arrests a year along the Mexican border. In response, Congress ramped up enforcement, but it also dramatically increased the number of visas available through the Bracero guest worker program. As a result, apprehensions at the border dropped 95 percent. By changing the law, we transformed an illegal inflow of workers into a legal flow.

For those workers already in the United States illegally, we can avoid “amnesty” and still offer a pathway out of the underground economy. Newly legalized workers can be assessed fines and back taxes and serve probation befitting the misdemeanor they've committed. They can be required to take their place at the back of the line should they eventually apply for permanent residency.

The fatal flaw of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act was not that it offered legal status to workers already here but that it made no provision for future workers to enter legally.

Immigration is not the only area of American life where a misguided law has collided with reality. In the 1920s and '30s, Prohibition turned millions of otherwise law-abiding Americans into lawbreakers and spawned an underworld of moon-shining, boot-legging and related criminal activity. (Sound familiar?) We eventually made the right choice to tax and regulate alcohol rather than prohibit it.

In the 19th century, America's frontier was settled largely by illegal squatters. In his influential book on property rights, The Mystery of Capital, economist Hernando de Soto describes how these so-called extralegals began to farm, mine and otherwise improve land to which they did not have strict legal title. After failed attempts by the authorities to destroy their cabins and evict them, federal and state officials finally recognized reality, changed the laws, declared amnesty and issued legal documents conferring title to the land the settlers had improved.

As Mr. de Soto wisely concluded: “The law must be compatible with how people actually arrange their lives.” That must be a guiding principle when Congress returns to the important task of fixing our immigration laws.

Daniel Griswold is director of the Center for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute in Washington. His writings on immigration can be found at http://www.freetrade.org; e-mail him at dgriswold@cato.org.


24AheadDotCom
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 9:46 am

The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that its use would decrease federal revenue by $17.3 billion over 10 years.

Too bad. That amount represents the feds taking a cut of money that was earned illegally, a massive moral hazard we must do without.

As for the law already preventing employers from hiring illegal aliens, is that a joke?

As for the “answer”, it would reward those who've shown no interest in our laws and lead to millions more who won't have any respect for our laws. And, just one of its huge costs will be to give even more power inside the U.S. to foreign governments, power that they'll use to push for yet another amnesty (among other things).


Brittanicus
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 10:05 am

ATTENTION! E-Verify is likely to be voted on this afternoon. Remember American Workers jobs at Stake and the open-border, anti-sovereignty bunch led by Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) is going to kill it, if we don't bombard his phones. Call every Senator, Congressman until they listen to irate citizens and legal residents. His Stimulus bill is already giving away 300.000 construction jobs, to illegal aliens through a possible loophole.

E-Verify is the most powerful asset we have to halt parasite employers from stealing jobs from Americans. Contractors on construction site seeing an extra dollar they can make from hiring an illegal worker. If we only enforce our immigration laws–threaten company executives with prison, the millions unable to find employment will go home.

Visa over-stayers and border jumpers will find it impossible to live here. Help ICE and report suspicious activity in the workplace. Demand E-verify TODAY. Don't procrastinate? Call the Capitol: (202) 224-3121 Call Harry Reid: 202.224.3542 and 202.224.5556 Call President Obama: 202-456-1111.


Native American
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 10:33 am

Brittanicus I see that you're the same guy posting daily in all the websites, You are a Minuteman playing the Racist thing , get a life get educated in Immigration Laws and most importantly GET A LIFE.
Not everyone is a Hater like you are. ALL HUMANS ARE EQUAL.

PS: When are you Leaving my Nation YOU ARE HERE ILLEGALLY??


Native American
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 10:35 am

What the economic impact really is of illegal immigration, and what the impact might be if advocates of comprehensive immigration reform got the path to legalization they’ve been advocating.

Among the helpful points in this thorough examination of the subject from The American Prospect is that the Internal Revenue Service estimates that undocumented immigrants contributed nearly $50 billion in federal taxes between 1996 and 2003.

The author’s main point, though, is that providing undocumented workers a path to legalization would ultimately have the effect of raising wages for everyone — it’s far harder to under-pay and otherwise exploit legal workers.

Perhaps most importantly, legal, tax-paying hard-working immigrants drive up demands for homes, cars, goods and services — and ultimately, that’s what we desperately need right now. The destitution or deportation of 11 million people within our borders, leading to more foreclosures and business failures, isn’t going to help anyone.

The claims by Dobbs and others, such as Fredrick County, Md. Sheriff Charles Jenkins, who claimed at a congressional hearing last week that the rise in crime in many communities “can be tied directly to the unchecked flow of illegal immigrants through our southern borders with Mexico,” is equally unfounded. But for those who share those fears, Michele Waslin, a senior policy analyst at the Immigration Policy Center, makes this strong case for immigration reform:

If there were a legalization program and everyone who was undocumented who learned English, paid back taxes, and did everything else they’re required to do, they’d be taken off the table. Instead of 12 million undocumented immigrants, the only people not legalized would be those where there’s some question mark. By removing the population of people just here legitimately to work and raise their families, you can narrow the focus of immigration enforcement. Then enforcement can really focus on the actual violent criminals.


No Illegals
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 2:36 pm

“Moreover, the law already prohibits employers from hiring undocumented workers, so simply enforcing the law should keep those numbers down.”

This author must be dreaming. Has the law ever stopped greedy employers from hiring undocumented workers?? If that was the case, we wouldn't have millions of illegals working in the US. And the illegal lovin advocates balk at ANY type of law enforcement against illegals cause they claim it is racial profiling or inhumane to deport illegals who don't obey our laws anyway. Look at how the screamed at the raids. E-Verify may not be perfect but its at least some mechanism to find and deport the illegals and give those jobs to legal citizens. It would also be a way to correct errors in the system. It is not a bureaucratic nightmare for employers either. It is a quick and free way to check if a worker is legal to work. America can not longer afford to support any and all illegal or poor peioke who can make it over the border. If ICE were allowed to do their jobs and enforce our immigration laws as they are supposed to, we would be much better off and not be overrun with illegals. Deport those who do not belong in this country.


Nancyf
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 3:15 pm

Well; this is a good-news, no-can-do article. No wonder our nation is in peril with the incompetent policies that refuse to enforce the laws…


Plain Truth
Comment posted March 10, 2009 @ 6:51 pm

Citing the taxes that “undocumented immigrants” pay—and the subsequent lack of legitimate representation–is a red herring. The flood of MesoAmerican natives—they are rarely from Northern Mexico—are receiving far more in earnings than they ever dreamed of at home and they should expect to have some downside to that advantage. Unrefunded taxes is a legitimate downside. It is a “cost of doing business.” Having a job in American agriculture or at a construction site or hotel—is far better than where the earliest Europeans found them: spending several hours a day grinding corn in a stone bowl and frequently enslaved to tribal taskmasters. Who do they thank for this progress in their circumstances? The American continents were waiting to be discovered by other peoples, eventually. If it had been Africans the smallpox epidemics would have spread even faster. If it had been Asians they would have brought their own traditions and diseases. The European Industrial Revolution is gradually improving the standards of living all around the globe. I've never met anyone who really wants to go back to times before that.

We have unparalleled foreign assistance coming from this country—both public and private–plus there are many governmental, corporate and religious based programs in developing countries that will help people have a much better life. Today, access to the Internet is also rapidly spreading and opening up new opportunities. Maybe some of these people just need better direction in their home communities.


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Eddie Brown
Comment posted March 11, 2009 @ 4:06 pm

Talk about “outdated” and “misleading” data! HAR!HAR!HAR! The number of illegal aliens in the country has been said to be “11 million”!? for about five years now. Okay folks! We all know they pour in by the hundreds of thousands (if not millions) every year, So knock off the damn 11-12 Million lie already.


Danny Root
Comment posted March 12, 2009 @ 12:04 pm

Ms. Eviatar:
If you think the answer to our immigration problems is to “deal humanely with” ( i.e., “legalize”) those “willing to abide by U.S. laws, pay taxes and otherwise contribute. . . . .”, you obviously have no problem inviting the next wave of illegal immigration that would be attracted by such an answer.
Ilegal immigrants have already demonstrated their disrespect for our laws; and their contribution to our “teetering” economy might best be their departure, thereby making more jobs available to American citizens.


miller
Comment posted March 13, 2009 @ 7:47 pm

i second that I live in south east Dallas texas across and next door to two public schools it sickens me i was laid off 3 weeks before thanksgiving and my boss kept his illegal mexicans and let me go i m white and have 6 kids inwich i paid the hospitals for my oldest son is in the air force fighting for this country in my area the mexicans have the nicest everything houses trucks clothes food
i see it every morning all the mexicans invaded my schools and neiborhood. my 8 year old daughter wonders why she didnt get a coat this winter and why the mexican lady in front of us at walmart has a big bugy of food and a lonestar card (freee food stamp card for texas) and we got 18 dollars cash and 6 dollars change for food and out in the parking lot this same lady driving a new suv not old but brand new where will it end the mexicans have all the city contracts and jobs all the dump trucks or any truck has a mexican name on it any and all trade are invaded it ll only be 10 to 20 more years before mexicans bump all americans from office and take over cant wait to see these politicians loose there job to a mexican iwas never told i would need to learn spanish to get a job but thats been a big set back for me no spanish no job and what pisses me is they dont offer to teach my kids spanish at school or tell them they will need to talk spanish to get work my oldest son never could find work because he cant talk spanish in dallas texas if your white your screwed ive had to sell Give my tools away at the local flea market to mexicans just to eat because my car is an 05 model i cant get government help not to mention they are the roodest people my god americans need to get together and poke the pres in the eye with a stick and say hey enough is enough i complain and report to irs ice immigration and trying to figure out how to get employers in trouble if employers work illegal immagrants then they illegaly obtaned wealth and if your illegaly here in this country then all you obtained shoud be confiscated and sold to help bare the financial burdor the illegals have put on us and if a person illegally enters this country and has a baby then mother and baby both should be deported not given citizenship humanitarian my ass my whole family for generations from the civil, world war 1,2 korea , nam , my family has given all we had to give. for what the mexicans have a place to be rude to me us the system has failed us as americans greatly of our rights guaranteed us by the constitution of 1776


miller
Comment posted March 14, 2009 @ 2:47 am

i second that I live in south east Dallas texas across and next door to two public schools it sickens me i was laid off 3 weeks before thanksgiving and my boss kept his illegal mexicans and let me go i m white and have 6 kids inwich i paid the hospitals for my oldest son is in the air force fighting for this country in my area the mexicans have the nicest everything houses trucks clothes food
i see it every morning all the mexicans invaded my schools and neiborhood. my 8 year old daughter wonders why she didnt get a coat this winter and why the mexican lady in front of us at walmart has a big bugy of food and a lonestar card (freee food stamp card for texas) and we got 18 dollars cash and 6 dollars change for food and out in the parking lot this same lady driving a new suv not old but brand new where will it end the mexicans have all the city contracts and jobs all the dump trucks or any truck has a mexican name on it any and all trade are invaded it ll only be 10 to 20 more years before mexicans bump all americans from office and take over cant wait to see these politicians loose there job to a mexican iwas never told i would need to learn spanish to get a job but thats been a big set back for me no spanish no job and what pisses me is they dont offer to teach my kids spanish at school or tell them they will need to talk spanish to get work my oldest son never could find work because he cant talk spanish in dallas texas if your white your screwed ive had to sell Give my tools away at the local flea market to mexicans just to eat because my car is an 05 model i cant get government help not to mention they are the roodest people my god americans need to get together and poke the pres in the eye with a stick and say hey enough is enough i complain and report to irs ice immigration and trying to figure out how to get employers in trouble if employers work illegal immagrants then they illegaly obtaned wealth and if your illegaly here in this country then all you obtained shoud be confiscated and sold to help bare the financial burdor the illegals have put on us and if a person illegally enters this country and has a baby then mother and baby both should be deported not given citizenship humanitarian my ass my whole family for generations from the civil, world war 1,2 korea , nam , my family has given all we had to give. for what the mexicans have a place to be rude to me us the system has failed us as americans greatly of our rights guaranteed us by the constitution of 1776


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We have unparalleled foreign assistance coming from this country—both public and private–plus there are many governmental, corporate and religious based programs in developing countries that will help people have a much better life. Today, access to the Internet is also rapidly spreading and opening up new opportunities. Maybe some of these people just need better direction in their home communities.


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Comment posted July 6, 2010 @ 9:37 am

Talk about “outdated” and “misleading” data! HAR!HAR!HAR! The number of illegal aliens in the country has been said to be “11 million”!? for about five years now. Okay folks! We all know they pour in by the hundreds of thousands (if not millions) every year, So knock off the damn 11-12 Million lie already.


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Having a job in American agriculture or at a construction site or hotel—is far better than where the earliest Europeans found them: spending several hours a day grinding corn in a stone bowl and frequently enslaved to tribal taskmasters. Who do they thank for this progress in their circumstances? The American continents were waiting to be discovered by other peoples, eventually. If it had been Africans the smallpox epidemics would have spread even faster. If it had been Asians they would have brought their own traditions and diseases. The European Industrial Revolution is gradually improving the standards of living all around the globe. I've never met anyone who really wants to go back to times before that.


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