Here are some bills, dealing in part or entirely with illegal immigration, to watch during the upcoming session:

• HB241 —- Repeal of Exemptions from Nonresident Tuition — Repeal of 2002 law allowing undocumented immigrants pay in-state tuition if they attend a Utah high school for three years and graduate. Rep. Glenn Donnelson, R-North Ogden.

• HB237 — Illegal Immigration Enforcement Act — Gives certain local and state law enforcement officers the authority to enforce federal immigration law and perform some functions of federal immigration officers. Donnelson.

• HB239 — Driver License Qualifications — Repeals driving privilege cards for undocumented immigrants. Donnelson.

• HB98 — Utah Employment Verification Act — Requires public employers participate in the federal employment verification program and keep records. Donnelson.

• HB257 — Employee Verification — Requires participation in the federal employment verification program as a condition for receiving certain economic incentives and procurement contracts. Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, R-Provo.

• HB95 — Document Fraud — Creates a civil penalty up to $75,000 for falsifying documents to unlawfully establish legal status. Rep. Karen Morgan, D-Cottonwood Heights.

• HB262 — Recovery of Federal Reimbursement for Costs Associated with Illegal Immigrants — Requires attorney general to study state remedies to recover federal funds for costs associated with illegal immigration. Morgan.

• HB285 — Licensing Eligibility — Prevents Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing from issuing a license to undocumented immigrants. Sandstrom.

• HB26 — Notary Public Revisions — Prevents notary publics from using driving privilege cards as proof of identity. Donnelson.

• SB97 — Immigration Task Force — Creates a bipartisan legislative task force to review and make policy recommendations on policies dealing with illegal immigrants. Sen. Scott Jenkins, R-Plain City.

• SB52 — Identity Theft Amendment — Authorizes restitution for identity theft victims. Sen. Carlene Walker, R-Cottonwood Heights.