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    State Laws Dent Illegal Alien Numbers
    Immigration; Posted on: 2007-08-30 14:27:52 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Now Arizona law chases illegals out

    Arizona: Migrants fleeing as hiring law nears


    A new Arizona state law to require employers to verify the immigration status of employees is being blamed and credited for chasing illegal aliens out of the state.

    It's the second such development in just the last week: WND reported earlier how a new Oklahoma law requiring the deportation of arrested illegal aliens was prompting an exodus from that state.

    The developments are the result of state actions already launched when a brokered plan in the U.S. Senate to create a path to legal residency for the millions of illegal aliens in the country collapsed.

    The new report comes from the Arizona Republic, which said the state's strong economy has been a magnet for illegal aliens for years, but the law is looming on Jan. 1.

    "I would say we are losing at least 100 people a day," Elias Bermudez, founder of Immigrants Without Borders and host of a daily talk-radio program aimed at undocumented immigrants, told the newspaper.

    Read on

    Hispanics Moving Out Of Oklahoma Before New Law Takes Effect

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    News Source: WorldNetDaily.com

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