It’s A Tough Economy – Don’t Violate Immigration Laws When Making Tough Decisions

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As our economy enters a period of slow growth, and maybe even the ‘R’ word, employers may look to cut costs to ride out the economic downturn. These costs could include reductions in workforce, pay, or hours worked by company employees. If a company currently has foreign employees, the decision must look beyond basic company economics and consider possible violations of immigration laws as well. So what potential immigration laws could a company violate under these circumstances?

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