Former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico: End Border Surge with Mandatory E-Verify

Former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico: End Border Surge with Mandatory E-Verify


Former United States Ambassador to Mexico Christopher Landau writes that the current surge of illegal immigration at the southern border can be stemmed through a federal government response effort that punishes employers for hiring illegal aliens.

In an op-ed in the New York Times this week, Landau blasts the Biden administration for gutting interior immigration enforcement through “sanctuary country” orders, halting the construction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall, dropping removals of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) through the Title 42 authority, and ending the Remain in Mexico program that cut asylum fraud.

Landau writes that he is “not at all surprised” by the current surge of illegal immigration and argues the only way to end the crisis is through mandatory E-Verify, a program that requires employers to hire Americans and legal immigrants over illegal aliens.

“No one is holding American employers to account for their willingness to hire millions of

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