No "No-Match" Letters For The Rest Of The Year

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced last Friday that it will not be issuing "no-match" letters for the remainder of the year.  The reasons for staying the process of sending out the letters is due to the recent court decision blocking new regulations proposed by the DHS.  The proposed regulations would have required employers to terminate employees who could not resolve a Social Security number mismatch within 90 days. 

We previously posted about the proposed regulations here
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