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DHS to Implement E-Verify Rule But Revoke No-Match Rule
July 27, 2009
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on July 8 announced the Administration's intent to "push ahead with full implementation" of a rule requiring federal contractors to use the E-Verify system to verify employees' authorization to work in the U.S. The E-Verify rule will apply to federal solicitations and contract awards government-wide beginning September 8. At the same time, DHS announced its intent to issue a new regulation rescinding a rule establishing procedures for employers to follow upon receipt of a "no-match letter" from the Social Security Administration (SSA) or DHS.
For background information on E-Verify and No-Match, click here.
AGC will monitor all related litigation and legislation and will report on significant developments.
Meanwhile, further guidance on immigration compliance is available in an MP3 download of a live educational session held at AGC's Annual HR Professionals Conference in June 2008. An immigration law update will also be provided at AGC's next HR Professionals Conference, which will take place October 27-29, in Atlanta, GA. Click here for conference details and registration. For additional resources and for information on immigration reform efforts, click here.
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