In the largest fine ever in an immigration case, on Oct. 31, the U.S. Department of Justice unveiled a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against Infosys Ltd
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In the immediate aftermath of the election, politicians from both parties stressed the need for a comprehensive immigration reform bill to be passed through Congress and signed by the president
...and subcontractors involved in projects of more than $25,000 to utilize E-Verify or lose the right to contract with Pennsylvania. With passage of...
As it is every year, the task of selecting the top 10 lateral moves of 2012 was a difficult one that yielded a surplus of notable moves
On January 29, President Obama called for common-sense, comprehensive immigration reform, saying unequivocally that now is the time for action. He noted that most Americans agree that it is time to "
...employment eligibility of each new employee through the federal governments E-Verify system.A statement issued by the DGS said the website provides...
...Pennsylvania has now joined the growing number of states that have passed E-Verify legislation. As Congress has failed to pass meaningful immigration reform, states...
It has been estimated that there are approximately 11 million to 14 million immigrants who are present without authorization in the United States at any given time. Immigration can be a sensitive iss
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