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Posted: Sep 11, 2017
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Author: marc

Don’t get too excited it’s not going to happen anytime soon, but maybe some day.


Don’t get too excited it’s not going to happen anytime soon, but maybe some day. Rep. Lamar Smith reintroduced today the Legal Workforce Act, H.R. 3711. The bill would require all employers to use E-Verify within two years

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Posted: Jun 7, 2017
Categories: I-9 Form
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Author: marc

The Immigrant Worker Protection Act, which aims to prohibit California employers from allowing immigration agents to enter a workplace or view their employees’ files without a subpoena or a warrant, passed the State Assembly on Wednesday.


The Immigrant Worker Protection Act, which aims to prohibit California employers from allowing immigration agents to enter a workplace or 
view their employees’ files without a subpoena or a warrant, passed the State Assembly on Wednesday.
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Posted: May 2, 2017
Categories: Immigration, I-9 Form
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Author: marc

In search of four undocumented immigrants, federal agents raided a mushroom farm in Chester County.

In search of four undocumented immigrants, federal agents raided a mushroom farm in Chester County and took into custody nine workers there.
ICE came onto the private property of a processing facility owned by South Mill Mushrooms Wednesday morning.

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Posted: Apr 4, 2017
Categories: Immigration, I-9 Form
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Author: marc

The Department of Justice and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services both warned companies on Monday to be careful about following the rules when seeking H-1B visas to bring in highly skilled foreign workers.

The Department of Justice said it was ready to investigate and “vigorously prosecute” companies that abuse the program and discriminate against American workers. USCIS said it would use site visits to monitor companies who have a high ratio of H-1B workers to U.S. workers and those whose H-1B employees contract out to work off-site at other companies.

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Posted: Mar 28, 2017
Categories: Immigration, I-9 Form
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Author: marc

The owner of a company that supplied foreign workers to San Francisco Bay Area technology companies is facing visa fraud charges

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The owner of a company that supplied foreign workers to San Francisco Bay Area technology companies is facing visa fraud charges after filing fake documents to bring people to the United States, the U.S Attorney’s Office announced Friday.
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