Recently in Texas, there has been plenty of confusion over who should be using E-Verify, and what will happen if they don't. One agency demanded clarity on the vexing approach to employment authorization verification requirements in the Lone Star state.
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A San Diego staffing company that does business as Eastridge Workforce Solutions settled with the Department of Justice following claims it discriminated against work-authorized non-U.S. citizens.
On August 25, 2016, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), issued its approval of the final version of the new Form I-9. Yet, uncertainty remains, as USCIS has not made any official statements regarding the new Form I-9 – leaving audiences to wonder how the new Form I-9 will evolve and when it will become effective.
The Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel is casting a wider net when it comes to Immigration and Nationality Act violations during the Form I-9 process.
East Coast Foods Inc., a California restaurant company, was fined over $18,300 following a Form I-9 audit that discovered numerous violations.