House bills would create nationwide E-Verify requirement
The TALX I-9 Compliance Bulletin for October discussed a pair of federal bills would create
a nationwide requirement for all employers to use E-Verify. The bills appear to have
little chance of passing but demonstrate the rising tide of interest in imposing E-Verify
requirements. Neither bill would offer relief from the patchwork of state bills with
E-Verify requirements: Both expressly permit states to use their authority over business
licensees to create penalties for failure to use the new E-Verify system.
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