WASHINGTON Federal authorities said they would step up enforcement of an 11-year-old law prohibiting foodservice operators and other employers from accepting five types of documents that previously had been authorized as proof of identity and authorization to work. The revised employment rules are based on a law passed 11 years ago by Congress to cut down on illegal immigration. However, until now, the necessary changes had not been made to the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification ...
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