IRS Fails to Treat Employers Equally
In October 2004, responding to a request from House Immigration Subcommittee Chairman John Hostettler [R.-Ind.], the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report on the same issue. "Our attempt to determine if IRS has ever penalized employers for filing a wage statement with an inaccurate SSN found no evidence of any penalties being assessed," said the GAO. Even employers filing thousands of inaccurate W-2s were not penalized...
..."If IRS takes steps to improve the accuracy of SSNs reported on wage statements, there could be implications for thousands of illegal immigrants and their employers," said GAO, "and in turn, on federal programs which specifically deal with federal immigration policy."
So they broke into our country, illegaly, are employed in our country, illegaly, so I'm not shocked that these same people are commiting ID theft, forgery, and tax fraud, illegally.