ICE Immigration Enforcement Foiled Again – For Now
February 15, 2008
Last month Seyfarth Shaw updated us with The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) efforts to crack down on employers who received mismatch letters from the Social Security Administration and didn’t act upon them. Enforcement was to begin on September 14th, but a federal judge in California issued a temporary ruling which prohibits the Social Security Administration from sending the letters and DHS from acting on them.
Again, Seyfarth has provided us with a full breakdown of these events. See link below. Do you think the government will ever figure this thing out?
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