Illegal immigration hurts all low-skilled American workers
E-Verify does what a fence won't do
Illegal immigration reduces the wages of native workers
Drug cartels profit from Florida's illegal alien job magnet
Florida is the only state in the Southeast that has not enacted E-Verify.

Floridians Have Two Paths to Enact Mandatory E-Verify

PATH ONE: The Florida State Legislature Passes Mandatory E-Verify in 2017 - FAILED
Floridians for Immigration has worked for a decade now to have the Florida State Legislature address Florida’s illegal immigration crisis by enacting immigration enforcement legislation. To date, Republican leadership has blocked over thirty immigration enforcement bills meant to protect Floridians from the negative effects of illegal immigration.. Read More

PATH TWO:  The Florida Constitutional Revision Committee recommends our proposed E-Verify Amendment be put on the 2018 ballot and it passes.

Why Floridians Must Take Action Now to Implement Path Two

Florida House and Senate leadership has made it clear they will not stop illegal hiring in Florida

Floridians for Immigration has worked for a decade now to have the Florida State Legislature address Florida’s Illegal Immigration crisis by enacting immigration enforcement legislation. To date Republican leadership has blocked over thirty immigration bills meant to protect Floridians from the negative effects of illegal immigration. The Legislature has passed pro illegal alien In-State Tuition and legislation to allow illegal aliens to practice law in Florida. Click here for the full story.

TAKE ACTION NOW

  • ATTEND the constitutional revision commission’s public hearings. See the Events Calendar below, on the right.
  • SPEAK at a constitutional revision commission meeting in support of our proposed E-Verify Amendment. See the Events Calendar below, on the right
  • SIGN our online petition for the commission to place our proposed e-verify amendment on the 2018 ballot. (Petition coming soon)
  • JOIN our post card campaign. (Coming soon)

Civil Rights Activist: Illegal immigration hurts black men most

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Now Supports E-Verify Read More

Are there really jobs Americans won't do?

Are there really jobs Americans won't do?


CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION COMMISSION (CRC) NEWS

Florida Constitutional Revision Commission Back At Work For First Time In 20 Years

Every 20 years, a 37-person commission comes up with a list of amendments to the Florida Constitution.

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Events Calendar

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CRC meeting – Orange County Wednesday, March 29 Orlando FL
CRC meeting – Miami-Dade County Thursday, April 6 Miami FL
CRC meeting – Palm Beach County Friday, April 7 Boca Raton FL
CRC meeting – Escambia County Wednesday, April 12 Pensacola FL