Growing support for E-Verify
Gordon Middleton, Esq.
More lawmakers and regulators and putting their weight behind E-Verify, the federal
system for electronically verifying the identity and employment eligibility of newly
Here are a few recent developments we’ve covered in our Compliance Bulletins:
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld
Arizona’s law that revokes the business licenses of employers who knowingly employ
passed a law requiring contractors to state or local governments to use E-Verify.
In the same bulletin linked above, we talked about a White House report on immigration
reform that includes a show
of support for the E-Verify system.
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