Immigration

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    In the employment law context, the topic of immigration can be a very controversial one or it can be a very clerical one simply involving numerous forms, documents, and applications. Over the course of U.S. history there have been more than 25 different immigration laws; however, the most important law for employers and the basis of most...

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    Employers that recruit foreign workers to fill a position in the United States must ensure that the individual has obtained authorization to work in the U.S. to satisfy immigration laws. In appropriate circumstances, this can be accomplished by the employer sponsoring, and obtaining approval from the United States Citizenship and Immigration...

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    E-Verify - Federal Program to Verify Employment Eligibility E-Verify is a free Internet-based system that verifies the employment eligibility of newly hired employees. Formerly the Basic Pilot/Employment Eligibility Verification Program, E-Verify is jointly operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Social Security...

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    More than 500,000 employers using E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in January that more than 500,000 companies are now using E-Verify, the online service that allows employers to check their new employees' eligibility to work. The service was established in 1996. Annual enrollments increased tenfold during the...
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    More than 500,000 employers using E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in January that more than 500,000 companies are now using E-Verify, the online service that allows employers to check their new employees' eligibility to work. The service was established in 1996. Annual enrollments increased tenfold during the...
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    More than 500,000 employers using E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in January that more than 500,000 companies are now using E-Verify, the online service that allows employers to check their new employees' eligibility to work. The service was established in 1996. Annual enrollments increased tenfold during the...
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    More than 500,000 employers using E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in January that more than 500,000 companies are now using E-Verify, the online service that allows employers to check their new employees' eligibility to work. The service was established in 1996. Annual enrollments increased tenfold during the...
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    More than 500,000 employers using E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in January that more than 500,000 companies are now using E-Verify, the online service that allows employers to check their new employees' eligibility to work. The service was established in 1996. Annual enrollments increased tenfold during the...
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    More than 500,000 employers using E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in January that more than 500,000 companies are now using E-Verify, the online service that allows employers to check their new employees' eligibility to work. The service was established in 1996. Annual enrollments increased tenfold during the...
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    More than 500,000 employers using E-Verify. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in January that more than 500,000 companies are now using E-Verify, the online service that allows employers to check their new employees' eligibility to work. The service was established in 1996. Annual enrollments increased tenfold during the...
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