Government-issued “no-match” letters are back in the news, but not in a good way.By good way I mean like last year, when a federal appeals court blocked the Bush administration from sending threatening letters to restaurateurs and other employers to tell them they’d face criminal penalties for failing to fire workers unable to promptly reconcile Social Security database discrepancies.Now the bad news: In addition to a recent flurry of immigration raids on scores of restaurants nationwide, ...
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