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Employers looking for clear guidance on how to respond to a "no-match" letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA) now have it. The Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) published final regulations in the August 15 Federal Register that describe the legal obligations of employers that receive: 1) written notice from the SSA that an employee's name and Social Security number (SSN) do not match agency records (Employer Correction Request, aka no-match letter); or 2) written notice from the DHS that an employee's employment verification forms used for completing Form I-9 do not match agency records (Notice of Suspect Documents). The regulations are effective September 14.
A whistle-blowing nurse represented himself in his Conscientious Employee Protection Act case against his former employer. He won $3,500, but received no lost wages ...