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Nancy Berryhill, an Acting Commissioner of Social Security, recently testified in front of the House Subcommittee on Social Security on the widespread use of Social Security Numbers (SSNs) beyond their intended function.Most of her testimony concerned the history of SSNs, past security procedures, and proposed future ones.

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He said previous research had shown state-level employment restriction laws, like the one in Arizona, reduced the size of a state’s unauthorized immigrant population.

“We didn’t know if that was because people were going back to Mexico or choosing not to come to the United States from Mexico,” he said.

If the government mandates E-Verify then it would mandate a government computer check of the SSNs and other identity documents used to get a job that would increase the value of having a valid SSN even above what the I-9 currently promotes.

Berryhill acknowledges the above point when she testified that, “As long as the SSN remains key to accessing things of value—credit, loans, and financial accounts, and thus numerous common goods and services—the SSN itself will have commercial value, and it will continue to be targeted for misuse.” She also stated that: While not intended, the SSN has become the personal identifier most broadly used by both government and the private sector to establish and maintain information about individuals.

An E-Verify mandate would add another layer on top of the I-9 whereby employers, after collecting I-9 forms, would enter the information on them into a government website.

The E-Verify system then compares that I-9 information with information held in the Social Security Administration (SSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) databases.

This is static thinking that ignores the dynamic real world in several ways.

First, only a bare majority of new hires are even run through E-Verify in states where the system is mandatory for all new hires.

That move immediately increased the value of having an SSN, even if it was fraudulent.

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