Immigration Alert: "No-Match" Regulations Set to Be Rescinded as DHS Focuses on Strengthening E-Verify

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As our prior Alerts have informed you, in 2007 the Social Security Administration (SSA) submitted proposed regulations that would increase employers’ obligations upon receipt of a “No-Match” letter (a letter sent by SSA to an employer to report that an employee’s Social Security Number (SSN) does not match the name provided). Before the new regulations could be implemented, however, they were blocked by court order in September 2007. On July 8, 2009, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano declared that the Department would be rescinding these proposed regulations in favor of strengthening the existing E-Verify system. (For more information about E-Verify, please see our prior Alert, as well as our video podcast.)

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