Posts Tagged ‘immigration’

I-9s and Immigration Enforcement

The Trump administration’s efforts to aggressively enforce the nation’s immigration laws now include increased investigations and audits to identify undocumented workers in America’s workplaces. Federal agencies, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), have ramped-up their hiring of field office and enforcement personnel to ensure U.S. employers are complying with employment verification and eligibility requirements.

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EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE New I-9 ‘final rule’ effective May 16

On April 14, 2011, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) announced a new “final” rule regarding the process by which employers verify the identity and employment authorization of their newly hired employees. In the wake of that announcement and the ongoing federal I-9 audit initiatives, employers are properly questioning the status of their I-9…

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WEBINAR When The Feds Come Knocking

With the recent inauguration of a newly elected U.S. House of Representatives and a shift in the composition of the U.S. Senate, many people expected that a more employer-friendly environment would immediately fall into place. But the reality is that federal agencies are gearing up for even more aggressive regulatory enforcement. Armed with increased budgets…

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