White House reveals strategy for new immigration enforcement plan

WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will develop a new program by March 24 to crack down on restaurateurs and other employers who hire illegal immigrants, the agency said in a legal brief filed last week. The document also indicated that the Bush administration would not contest a legal challenge of Homeland Security’s earlier enforcement plan, which would have forced employers to fire employees with documentation problems within 90 days or face fines of up to $10

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