S.1984 - Immigration Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2007

A bill to strengthen immigration enforcement and border security and for other purposes. view all titles (3)

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  • Official: A bill to strengthen immigration enforcement and border security and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Immigration Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2007 as introduced.
  • Short: Northern Border Prosecution Initiative Reimbursement Act as introduced.

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Official Summary

Immigration Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2007 - Sets forth border control provisions, including provisions respecting: (1) assets, personnel, and infrastructure; (2) ports of entry; (3) border security initiatives; (4) seizure of conveyances; (5) United States-Visitor and Immigran

Official Summary

Immigration Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2007 - Sets forth border control provisions, including provisions respecting:
(1) assets, personnel, and infrastructure;
(2) ports of entry;
(3) border security initiatives;
(4) seizure of conveyances;
(5) United States-Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology system (US-VISIT);
(6) human smuggling: and
(7) detention space. Northern Border Prosecution Initiative Reimbursement Act - Establishes the Northern Border Prosecution Initiative to reimburse eligible northern border entities for costs incurred in handling criminal case dispositions that are federally initiated but federally declined-referred. Sets forth interior enforcement provisions, including provisions respecting:
(1) personnel;
(2) detention and removal;
(3) gang members;
(4) alien smuggling;
(5) illegal entry;
(6) unlawful presence and illegal reentry;
(7) passport, visa, and immigration fraud;
(8) voluntary departure;
(9) background checks;
(10) state criminal alien assistance program;
(11) state and local law immigration enforcement and federal transfer authority;
(12) terrorists;
(13) alien criminals; and
(14) alien reporting requirements. Sets forth worksite enforcement provisions, including provisions respecting:
(1) unlawful employment of aliens;
(2) disclosure of taxpayer information;
(3) social security cards and identity documents; and
(4) establishment of a voluntary advanced verification program to allow employers to verify an employee's fingerprints in order to determine identity and work status.

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