Demonstrating the Right to Work in the United States

A Note discussing employers' legal obligations under IRCA to document employees' eligibility to work in the US and prohibitions against hiring, recruiting or referring (for a fee) employees who are not authorized to work in the US. The note highlights best practices for Form I-9 processing and addresses how employers can handle Social Security no-match letters and increased immigration enforcement.

Minnie Fu, Jackson Lewis PC, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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