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As of July 1, private Florida businesses that employ 25 or more people will be required to implement and use

Continue Reading June 8 Webinar | New E-Verify Law: Guidelines for Florida Employers with Over 25 Employees to Ensure Compliance by July 1

On May 10, 2023, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill (SB) 1718, which, among other things, mandates E-Verify enrollment and participation for a considerable number of employers across Florida. See 

Continue Reading Immigration & Compliance FAQs on the Recently Signed Florida E-Verify Enrollment Mandate for Certain Employers

Amid a host of changes in state and federal laws surrounding permanent labor certification program (PERM) hiring, get a clearer understanding of what these shifts may mean for your business.

Continue Reading March 9 WEBINAR | Pay Transparency Laws and PERM in 2023: An L&E and Immigration Perspective

E-Verify is a federal, Internet-based system used to determine whether an employee is lawfully able to work in the United States.  The system is managed by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and works by comparing employment eligibility data collected on I-9 forms with records maintained by the U.S. Social Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security.

The use of E-Verify is voluntary at the national level unless you are a federal contractor; however, many states have enacted laws mandating or limiting the system’s use.  These laws range from mandatory E-Verify use by all companies in Alabama, to the prohibition of mandatory E-Verify ordinances in state municipalities in California.  State legislation most frequently addresses use of E-Verify for government employers, contractors, and subcontractors.
Continue Reading Texas Law Requiring E-Verify For State Agencies to Take Effect September 1, 2015

Pursuant to the Colorado Employment Verification Law (C.R.S. §  8-2-122), all public and private employers in Colorado must adhere to additional employer compliance requirements, separate and in addition to those mandated by the Federal Form I-9 requirements.  All Colorado employers are required to complete the Colorado Affirmation Form (Affirmation of Legal Work Status) for all Colorado employees hired  on or after January 1, 2007, within 20 calendar days of the employee’s hire.   The Division issued a revised Form, effective October 1, 2014, and it is essential that Colorado employers are aware of this update to ensure continued compliance.

Continue Reading Staying in Compliance with the Colorado Division of Labor Requirements