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Daniel Scarpinato, a spokesperson for Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, said the governor supports the use of E-Verify for background checks.
"Currently, Arizona has a growing economy, and Governor Ducey's focus has been on expanding jobs and opportunity for legal workers in all avenues -- the service sector, technology, manufacturing and start-ups," he said.
"There aren't any follow ups and there aren't any audits," said Alex Nowrasteh, an immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute.
Lofstrum and Bohn examined E-Verify's impact on Arizona's workforce between 20 and found that the state's undocumented population declined by about 92,000 people, or about 17%, as workers left the state to look for jobs.
For employers, it was easier to hire these workers because Arizona does not mandate the use of E-Verify for independent contractors and in many cases they were paid under the table, Lofstrom said.
For the workers, however, it likely meant "fewer benefits, lower wages, and potential for worsened working conditions," the researchers wrote.
The complete list of emerging and influential trends in the background screening industry for the coming year as chosen by ESR will be available in January of 2018 on the ESR website at
Employment Screening Resources (ESR) founder and CEO Attorney Lester Rosen will host a live webinar entitled “ESR Top Ten Background Check Trends for 2018” that will take place on Wednesday, January 17, 2018, from AM to PM Noon Pacific Time.