Congress recently failed to update the nation’s immigration laws, but Colorado last year passed one of the toughest immigration-related statutes of any state, and restaurateurs and other employers there now face stiff penalties and fines for documentation infractions. Starting this year, businesses in Colorado are required to retain written or electronic copies of records that verify the identity and employment eligibility of newly hired workers. Employers also must file an affirmation ...
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