Makes various changes concerning enforcement of federal immigration laws, illegal immigration, and related criminal matters, including the following: (1) Requiring the office of management and budget to calculate the costs of illegal aliens to Indiana and make a written request to the Congress of the United States to reimburse the state for those costs. (2) Prohibiting governmental bodies from limiting or restricting: (A) certain actions by other governmental bodies with regard to information of the citizenship or immigration status of an individual; and (B) the enforcement of federal immigration laws to less than the full extent permitted by federal law. Allows certain persons to bring an action to compel a governmental body to comply with these provisions. (3) Prohibiting a law enforcement agency or law enforcement officer from requesting verification of the citizenship or immigration status of an individual from federal immigration authorities if the individual has contact with the agency or officer only as a witness to or a victim of a crime or for purposes of reporting a crime. (4) Disallowing certain state income tax credits and deductions for individuals who are prohibited from being hired as employees, unless the employer participated in the E-Verify program. (5) Requiring the department of correction to verify the citizenship or immigration status of criminal offenders. (6) Requiring an agency or political subdivision to verify the eligibility of an individual who applies for federal, state, or local public benefits. (7) Requiring the department of workforce development (DWD) to verify the status of an individual as a qualified alien through the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements program to determine the individual’s eligibility for unemployment compensation benefits. (8) Authorizing DWD to file civil actions to obtain the reimbursement of amounts paid as unemployment insurance benefits from employers that knowingly employed unauthorized aliens. (9) Requiring state agencies, political subdivisions, contractors with public contracts for services with the state or a political subdivision, and certain business entities to use E-Verify. Requiring certain subcontractors to certify that they use E-Verify. (10) Allowing a state agency or political subdivision to terminate a public contract for services with a contractor for breach of the public contract for services if the contractor knowingly employs an unauthorized alien. (11) Prohibiting individuals from commencing day labor without completing an attestation required under federal law. Requiring probable cause before a law enforcement officer may submit a complaint to the United States Customs and Immigration Enforcement office concerning violations of required federal attestations related to day labor. (12) Establishing certain state crimes, including: (A) offenses related to consular identification; (B) false identity statement; (C) knowingly or intentionally transporting or moving an alien, for the purpose of commercial advantage or private financial gain, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that the alien has come to, entered, or remained in the United States in violation of the law; and (D) knowingly or intentionally concealing, harboring, or shielding from detection an alien in any place, including a building or means of transportation, for the purpose of commercial advantage or private financial gain, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that the alien has come to, entered, or remained in the United States in violation of law. (13) Requiring law enforcement officers to impound motor vehicles for violations of crimes related to moving, transporting, concealing, harboring, or shielding from detection aliens. (14) Allowing a law enforcement officer to arrest a person if the officer has a certain removal order, detainer, or notice of action issued for the person or if the officer has probable cause to believe the person has been indicted for or convicted of one or more certain aggravated felonies. (15) Requiring a judicial officer in setting bail to consider that the defendant is a foreign national who has not been lawfully admitted to the United States as relevant to the risk of nonappearance. (16) Establishing certain bond requirements if bail is set for a defendant who is a foreign national unlawfully present in the United States. (17) Urging the legislative council to: (A) assign to an existing study committee certain topics concerning immigration; and (B) urge the study committee to consult with the lieutenant governor on the topics.