Schoeff Jr., Mark
December 2007
Workforce Management;12/10/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 21, p15
The article deals with issues concerning the immigration policies in the U.S. It cites the move by the Department of Homeland Security to ask a San Francisco, California judge to delay until March 24, 2008 a hearing on a new program that requires companies to resolve within 90 days the discrepancies between a worker's name and Social Security number or fire the employee. It mentions the efforts by business groups to stop the expansion of the government's electronic employment verification system, formerly known as Basic Pilot and now called E-Verify.


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