In the October 18, 2010 edition of Crain’s Detroit Business, Detroit Michigan immigration attorney Alan Reiter was quoted. In an article titled “Agents ramp up enforcement of immigration workforce laws,” appears:
“Alan Reiter, a sole practitioner Detroit immigration attorney, said he has seen an increase in calls in recent years from small, family-owned businesses that want to make sure they are in compliance with federal immigration regulations. ‘Some, for the first time, want to find out what needs to be done so they can become compliant,’ he said. ‘While I think that most companies are doing this because they truly want to hire employees with proper work authorization, employers have also told me that they are doing it because they’ve heard of increased investigation and enforcement of this area in their particular industry.’ Reiter said businesses that contact him include small landscape companies, nurseries and subcontractors for large manufacturers. ‘They want to do the right thing,’ he said.