DOJ lawsuit over Alabama immigration law would leave E-Verify provisions in place
The latest TALX I-9 compliance bulletin talks about U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit over Alabama’s
strict new immigration bill. The suit seeks to strike down various sections of Alabama’s
House Bill 56, but doesn’t go after Section 9, which requires contractors to the state
to use E-Verify, or Section 15, which requires the use of E-Verify starting April
The bulletin also discusses DOJ fines aimed at employers for discriminatory I-9 practices,
including an employer in the food industry forced to paid a fine of $290,400 after
the DOJ found one of its plants had required non-citizens to produce a “List A” document
during the I-9 process.
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