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DHS Issues ‘Final’ No-Match Letter Rule, While Critics Vow to Continue Opposition

10/28/2008

The Department of Homeland Security has, for the second time, issued a final rule on what employers must do when they receive "no-match" letters questioning the employment eligibility of their workers. Immigrant-right groups are preparing to oppose the rule. Next stop: a federal court in California, where a judge will decide whether the new rule is constitutional.


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