Birmingham News (Alabama) (04/02/12) Martin Swant
Immigration attorney Wendy Padilla-Madden offers several tips for
Alabama employers that must use the federal E-Verify system to
determine if employees are authorized to work in the U.S. She
recommends that employers read their company’s E-Verify MOU
with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; use E-Verify for
every new employee without regard for national origin or
citizenship status; remember that all E-Verify activity is
monitored by the government; don’t use E-Verify to dispel
suspicions or prescreen future employees; don’t take adverse
actions against employees who are in the middle of resolving
their case through E-Verify; and seek help from a qualified
immigration attorney if compliance challenges surface.
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