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State Immigration Employment Compliance Handbook, 2021 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2021
ISBN: 9781539288954
Service #: 40819334
Sub #: 40819336
Pages: 1378
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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State Immigration Employment Compliance Handbook, 2021 ed.

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Organized alphabetically by state to provide easy access to each state's laws, State Immigration Employment Compliance Handbook provides detailed treatment of the rapidly developing area of state law aimed at preventing the hiring of noncitizens unauthorized to work in the United States. The authors present in-depth analysis of those laws and regulations, the caselaw dealing with their validity and construction, and the impact on employer immigration compliance programs. They provide vital information on both the state immigration laws pertaining to employers in general and the state laws that focus specifically on public contractors and subcontractors. Coverage includes:

    • An introductory chapter summarizing this emerging area of state law and its relationship to federal immigration law

    • The full text of the relevant statutes and regulations for each state

    • State immigration enforcement laws affecting an employer's multistate operations

    • An introductory chapter summarizing this emerging area of state law and its relationship to federal immigration law