Friday, June 20, 2008
The Arizona Republic reports that Arizona's employer-sanctions law faces tough challenges from the 9th Circuit.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday ruled that discrepancies found in 'no- match' letters the Social Security Administration sent to Aramark, the employer in the 2003 case, 'does not automatically mean that an employee is undocumented or lacks proper work authorization.'
This ruling raises questions about the accuracy of E-Verify, a key component in Arizona's employer-sanctions law. The Arizona law is currently on appeal before the 9th Circuit. For the full story, click here.