E-Verify laws in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Louisiana
South Carolina’s E-Verify law was modififed to remove the option
to use a driver’s license to confirm work eligibility for new hires. All employers
in the state must now use E-Verify.
North Carolina will require employers with 25 or more employees to
use E-Verify, with the requirements phased in starting Oct. 1, 2011.
Louisiana now provides a safe harbor for employers who use E-Verify.
Employers using E-Verify are protected from penalties for violating the state’s law
against hiring unauthorized workers.
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