WASHINGTON Immigration rule changes proposed by the U.S. Senate on Thursday could saddle restaurateurs and other employers with tough new requirements for verifying the legal status of new hires, restaurant association officials warn. The bipartisan bill includes provisions that would require employers to verify electronically that potential new hires are in the country legally. It also seeks to hike penalties for hiring illegal immigrants or failing to keep adequate records."We are ...
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