MINNEAPOLIS —As the industry awaits a court decision on the fate of the White House’s effort to use “no-match” letters to crack down on immigration violations, a restaurant company here is embroiled in a dispute with workers who it says were fired for failing to follow orders and address discrepancies appearing on the Social Security Administration’s “no-match” list. The dispute could portend similar problems for other foodservice employers. ...

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