Immigration and Customs Enforcement: Social Security Mismatch Letters
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Learn how to recognize pitfalls and legal landmines when working with employees to resolve no-match letters.
With the resurgence of no-match letters in 2019 after a seven-year hiatus, many employers were faced with conflicting information on what to do with them, or whether they even had to do anything at all. The new letters do not even contain the names of the employees at issue, and the methods for resolving these mismatches are not clear. This topic will guide employers of all sizes, and those who advise them, on what to do with these letters and when it needs to be done. In an era of stricter work site enforcement, this information explains how an organization can develop a policy to respond to no-match letters while minimizing claims of discrimination.
AuthorsCarrie Ziegler Thomas, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
The Reincarnation of No-Match Letters
• New Format of the 2019 Letters
• New Steps for Resolution
- Registering for an Account With SSA
- Accessing the Employee List
Developing Your Action Plan
• No-Match Response Strategies to Avoid Discrimination
• How to Handle Different Employee Responses
Worksite Enforcement: Best Practices and Trends
• Is There a Connection Between No-Match Letters and Immigration?
• Keys to Ensuring I-9 Compliance
• Will ICE Come Knocking?