WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said it has revised its rules for so-called “no-match” letters to allay a court ruling that prevented the agency from requiring employers to fire workers who had unresolved discrepancies in their Social Security records. The new rules spell out what intermediary steps employers can take if the Social Security information provided by employees fails to match what is in the Social Security Administration’s data banks. In that ...

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