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In 2004, ICE issued three notices of intent to seek fines against employers for knowingly hiring illegals -- compared with more than 400 by the now-defunct U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) in 1999, Richard M. Stana, director of homeland security and justice issues at the Government Accountability Office (GAO), told the subcommittee."Issues of national security have been the focus of ICE investigations, and while none of us wants to see another September 11, work-site enforcement has been discouraged," Mr. Stana said."Fines are often negotiated so low they are viewed by employers as a cost of doing business instead of a punishment."Certainly there has been a dispiriting among ICE agents who see fines reduced and the illegal aliens who are taken out of the workplace released to find new jobs because there is no detention space to hold them," he said.
Mr. Richard Stana Former ...
Mr. Richard Stana Former Director, Homeland Security and Justice, Government Accountability Office
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Mr. Richard Stana, the former Director of Homeland Security and Justice at the Government Accountability Office, begins his testimony on achieving an appropriate balance between border security and interior enforcement.
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Richard Stana, director of homeland security and justice issues at the GAO, said that the effectiveness of any of the fencing depends on one's expectations.
"If you expect the fence to absolutely stop border crossings, than even double-fencing may not accomplish that goal," Stana
said CBP has built fencing in places where they "deemed it to have the greatest potential impact on border crossings.
Are there plans to upgrade the fencing in place to double-layer fencing?
"None that I'm aware of," he