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Federal Government to Revise No-Match Rule and Delay Crackdown on Employers in Face of Pressure, Lawsuit

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sample-social-security-number-card.gifThe Bush administration, faced with a lawsuit and mounting political pressure, has announced plans to revise its previously announced no-match rule and to delay its implementation. The new regulation, promulgated by the Department of Homeland Security, was intended to force the firings of illegal aliens and is the subject of a lawsuit brought by a diverse consortium of parties, including business groups, the ACLU and immigrant advocates. The federal government has asked the judge hearing the case to delay the hearing until at least March 24 while it prepares the revised new rule.

Link to Los Angeles Times article. NY Times coverage here.

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