In his Immigration Law column, Michael D. Patrick, a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, writes that whether a person is trying to obtain a driver's license, get a Social Security card, or
In their Immigration Law column, Angelo A. Paparelli, a partner at Seyfarth Shaw, and Ted J. Chiappari, a partner at Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke, write: The EB-5 employment-creation immigrant vi
David Grunblatt and Avram Morrell of Proskauer write: Whereas the Obama administration is taking giant leaps with regard to the status of undocumented aliens in the United States, its efforts on beh
...employment of unauthorized foreign nationals by requiring employers to participate in the E-Verify employment eligibility verification system and penalizes employers who hire or continue...
Lisa R. D'Avolio and Beth O. Libow of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom discuss ways for employers to re-examine recruitment and hiring practices, along with their anti-discrimination policies and
Immigration Law column, Ted J. Chiappari of Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke and Seyfarth Shaw's Angelo A. Paparelli write that with virtually no immigration reform legislation coming out of Congress
...of an unauthorized alien; requires all Alabama employers to use the federal E-Verify system, and seeks to bar businesses from taking tax deductions on...
In their Labor Relations column, John P. Furfaro, a partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and Risa M. Salins, a counsel at the firm, complete their discussion of numerous rulings by the U.
...in the new bills are worksite verification and employer participation in the E-Verify program. Senator Menendez's ...
...states freedom to piggyback federal immigration laws by catching a ride on E-Verify, the online employment-eligibility screening tool maintained by the Department of...
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