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Category Archives: Immigration

Where do Social Security Payments Made by Undocumented Workers Go?

Many employers are familiar with the following scenario: You hire someone, put them on payroll and deduct taxes from their checks automatically – just like you do with all employees. You then find out through an audit by U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) or by the employee coming clean that he or she is …

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Employers’ Immigration Law Update – September 2014

ICE Levies $2M Fine against Hotel for I-9 Related Violations A Salt Lake City-based hotel will have to pay nearly $2 million for hiring unauthorized workers, including illegal aliens. The hotel will avoid criminal prosecution in exchange for its full cooperation with a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigation and for taking action to correct …

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