North Carolina Jumps On E-Verify Bandwagon

The Tarheel State has just joined the growing list of states requiring that employers use E-Verify. The North Carolina law was signed by Governor Bev Perdue on June 23 and requires employers with 25 or more employees to use the federal E-Verify employment verification program for all new hires. The requirements will be phased in for private employers based on their size:

October 1, 2012: Effective date for employers having 500 or more employees January 1, 2013: Effective date for employers having 100-499 employees July 1, 2013: Effective date for employers having 25-99 employees

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