Herndon Officials Want Proof of Residency For Day Laborers

Under a proposed plan for running the Herndon Official Workers Center, the center would be run more like a private employment agency and workers would be required to submit proof of citizenship or legal U.S. residency. The move is the latest in a series of moves by town officials to make Herndon less hospitable to illegal immigrants. Read the Post's article here.

By Focus on Fairfax |  November 1, 2006; 11:36 AM ET  | Category:  Immigration
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