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Temporary Restraining Order Blocking New SSN No-Match Rule Extended

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A federal judge in California has extended the  Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) blocking the implementation of the Department of Homeland Security’s new rule about no-match letters issued by the Social Security Administration.   Under the new rule, employers receiving so called  “no match” letters, which state that an employee’s name and social security number do not match the SSA’s records,  might be required to fire the employee if the  discrepancy is not resolved within 90 days after receipt of the no-match letter.  Plaintiffs in the lawsuit include the AFL-CIO, the ACLU, the National Immigration Law Center, and local labor groups.

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