WASHINGTON —The Social Security Administration’s decision to suspend the issuance of “no-match” letters to employers until early 2008 will give foodservice operators a temporary break from a practice that recently has grown controversial but long has proved problematic. A federal judge last month prohibited the Department of Homeland Security from including in the letters language that threatened employers with fines as high as $10,000 ...
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