Pursuant to recent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) news releases, worksite enforcement operations in California and Utah earlier this month have resulted in the arrests of nearly 200 allegedly unlawful workers. In addition, the Utah company’s human resources director faces criminal charges of encouraging or inducing illegal aliens to remain in the U.S. unlawfully. If convicted, he could receive up to 10 years of jail time for each count. In the government’s latest fiscal year, ICE made nearly 5,000 arrests as a result of worksite enforcement actions and collected more than $31 million in criminal fines, restitutions, and civil judgments.