The restaurant industry, often perceived to employ a relatively significant proportion of unauthorized workers in this country, very likely will be a target of the government’s renewed efforts to crack down on the employment of illegal immigrants. A new regulation aimed at identifying these unauthorized workers places a further burden on employers.On Sept. 14 the Department of Homeland Security’s Social Security no-match letter regulation will be implemented. The regulation will have a ...

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