GEORGIA IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT REVIEW BOARD’S FIRST MEETING

After it’s first meeting last week, the Georgia Immigration Enforcement Review Board unanimously elected Atlanta lawyer Ben Vinson as its chairman and laid out plans and procedures to handle complaints.
The chair Vinson said the board will be very narrowly weighing whether businesses and governments are conducting legally required checks before hiring or providing government benefits and will not be seeking out violators, but instead be reactionary to complaints.
The board already received its first complaint, filed against one business by another, which falls outside the board’s jurisdiction (which can only investigate state and local government officials).

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