In an effort to protect American jobs, keep our communities safe, and ensure integrity in our elections, Rep. Ryan Mackenzie has introduced a package of bills designed to crack down on some of the problems being created by illegal immigration in Pennsylvania.

House Bill 274 would require all public contractors and subcontractors to use the federal E-Verify system to ensure their workforce does not include individuals not authorized to work in the U.S.
House Bill 1066 would mandate an instant check system for firearm purchases to verify immigration status.
House Bill 1714 would provide stronger penalties for unscrupulous employers who take advantage of the most vulnerable children, and to provide cross reporting requirements that will notify other appropriate authorities to protect the child in specific situations, including cases of unaccompanied minors.
House Bill 1840 would prevent Pennsylvania municipalities and counties from designating themselves as sanctuary cities to thwart federal efforts to combat illegal immigration by restricting the enforcement of immigration law.
House Bill 1883 would improve the accuracy and integrity of voter registration records through a simple and effective cross-reference with the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania.
House Bill 1890 would provide for a more specific prohibition on noncitizens voting in elections at any level in the Commonwealth.

Press Conference on Illegal Immigration

Press Releases/Columns
Mackenzie Opposes Bill Allowing Immigrants in the Country Illegally to Obtain Driver’s Licenses
Mackenzie Issues Statement about Illegal Immigration Rally Hosted by Radical Extremists
Mackenzie Discusses His Proposals to Crack Down on Illegal Immigration in Pennsylvania