Complying with immigration law

Hasty, Jamie
October 2012
Contractor Magazine;Oct2012, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p44
Trade Publication
The article discusses the verification of identity and employment eligibility of immigrants in U.S. by the employers. An "Employment Eligibility Verification Form" (Form I-9) which is to be completed by employers for the persons hired after November 6, 1986 is discussed for complying with the law. Also, a web-based system known as E-verify for eligibility verifation of persons for working in the U.S. by electronic comparison of information with Form I-9 is discussed.


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