South Carolina Immigration Law Exempts Sitters, Housekeepers, FarmworkersPublished: Mar 20, 2012 8:25 am By: Fox News Latino
"Immigration laws fuel fear in many immigrant communities, but in South Carolina, some undocumented immigrants have no need to worry about the state’s tough new law.
The law, which seeks to crack down undocumented workers by requiring employers to verify their immigration status through a federal database, does not apply to farm workers, housekeepers and nannies.
The law went into effect January 1 and requires all private employers in South Carolina to use the federal E-Verify database to check newly hired employees' immigration status."
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