Legal Alert: DHS Issues Supplemental Proposed Rule Regarding "Safe Harbor" No Match Regulation


As discussed in our August 14, 2007 Legal Alert, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued its final rule setting forth a safe harbor from liability for employing unauthorized aliens for employers who follow certain procedures in responding to a Social Security Administration (SSA) No Match Letter or a DHS Notice of Suspect Documents (Safe Harbor rule). That rule subsequently was enjoined by a federal district court in California and currently is not in effect.

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