Monday, December 28, 2009

Utah Violating Federal Abetting Illegals Law

A very small section of 8 USC 1324 states:

"Any person who . . . encourages or induces an alien to come to, enter, or reside in the United States, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such coming to, entry, or residence is or will be in violation of law; . . . or aids or abets the commission of any of the preceding acts" is subject to very stiff penalties.

Utah enacted a Driver's Privilege Card in
2005, or so, and modified it in 2009 so it is now ONLY issued to illegal aliens. Utah is one of only 4 states to offer this enticement.

An Audit in 2008 reported that the previous DP card was merely 98.3% illegal aliens :

ID requirements for a DPC are now :

Foreign birth certificate including a certified translation if the birth certificate is not in English and one of the following:
  • Church records,
  • court records,
  • driver license,
  • employee ID,
  • insurance ID card,
  • Matricular Consular Card (issued in Utah),
  • Mexican Voter Registration card,
  • school records,
  • Utah DPC,
  • other evidence considered acceptable by the Division Director or designee.


  • Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS);
  • or Document or letter from the IRS verifying the ITIN
Utah Department of Public Safety declares: "Undocumented individuals who do not qualify for a US Social Security Number, must obtain a Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) from the Internal Revenue Service."

The IRS has specifically declared that ITIN's are NOT secure and are not to be used for identification.

An Inspector General Report declared:

"As a result, individuals are being assigned multiple ITINs, ITINs are being improperly used for employment and billions of dollars in tax credits are being provided to ITIN filers without verification of eligibility."

Apparently, Utah is knowingly and actively continuing to encourage aliens to reside in Utah (part of the US) in reckless disregard of the Federal law.


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