EEVS and SSA No-Match LettersPublished: Apr 11, 2008 By: AILF - Immigration Policy Center Source: My Source
"What would a mandatory electronic employment verification system look like? What are SSA “No-Match” letters? How would either EEVS or SSA “No-Match” letters impact foreign- and native-born workers, our economy, and government agencies? Includes information on proposals in Congress. "
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- ERROR! Electronic Employment Verification Systems: What Will Happen When Citizens Have to Ask the Government for Permission to Work? (Immigration Policy Center – April 2008)
- Dangerous Business: Implications of an EEVS for Latinos and the U.S. Workforce (National Council of La Raza – March 2008)
- Rep. Johnson’s New Employee Verification Act: Another Version of the Shuler-Tancredo Bill (National Immigration Law Center – March 21, 2008)
- Administration Announces New “No-Match” Regulations: DHS Regs Pass Burdens to Social Security Administration, Small Businesses, and Citizens (Immigration Policy Center – March 2008)
- Why DHS’s Supplemental Rule Regarding Social Security “No-Match” Letters is Bad for Workers, Employers, and the Economy (National Immigration Law Center – March 21, 2008)
- Talking Points: Oppose State and Local Proposals to Make Basic Pilot/E-Verify Mandatory (National Immigration Law Center – February 2008)
- The Social Security Administration Taking on Immigration and Employment Eligibility: Not Ready for Prime Time (Immigration Policy Center – March 2008)
- The "EEV" of Destruction (Cato Institute – March 2008)
- Basic Pilot / E-Verify: Not a Magic Bullet (National Immigration Law Center – January 2008)
- Why States and Localities Should Not Require Employers to Participate in the Basic Pilot/E-Verify Program (National Immigration Law Center – January 2008)
- Facts about the Social Security “No-Match” Letter (National Immigration Law Center – January 2008)
- The “Secure America through Verification and Enforcement” (“SAVE Act”) of 2007 (H.R. 4088) (Immigration Policy Center – February 2008)