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  • Chipotle let go of more than 400 workers in Minnesota last December, following an ICE audit of company records, namely I-9 forms that attest to a worker's eligibility to be employed in the U.S. The audit indicated workers had used suspect documents to secure jobs.

    Chipotle Hiring Probe Expands

  • ICE agents collect and review hiring files, typically I-9 forms that verify eligibility to work in the U.S. Companies with unauthorized workers can face civil and criminal prosecution.

    'Silent Raids' Squeeze Illegal Workers

  • "ICE determined that certain workers provided what they deemed to be suspect documentation in support of the government's Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification," ABM said in response to questions about the audit.

    'Silent Raids' Squeeze Illegal Workers

  • "If agents are interviewing workers at stores, clearly they are looking for information that goes beyond the I-9 audits," said Victor Cerba, a former general counsel at ICE who is now a partner at Jackson Lewis LLP.

    Chipotle Hiring Probe Expands

  • "I have just received I-9 notices for several clients," said Victor Cerda, an attorney with Jackson Lewis LLP and a former general counsel of ICE.

    Feds Target Illegal Hires

  • Today, the free Web-based program allows businesses to check information provided by new hires on an I-9 form against Social Security Administration, State Department and Homeland Security databases.

    Feds Target Illegal Hires

  • The required documents include I-9 forms, used to verify an employee's identity and eligibility for employment in the U.S.

    Feds Target Illegal Hires

  • It is opposed to the I-9 audits and maintains that enforcement doesn't work without a comprehensive solution to the problem.

    Feds Target Illegal Hires

  • The University will send you information on how to log in to an electronic version of Form I-9.

    Discourse.net: We Are Going to be E-Verified

  • HARTSOCK HAMMERED -- And another hot scoop from Suderman, in which he gets his hands on an inspector general's report that concludes that former interim parks and rec director Ximena Hartsock "lied on her I-9 form about her home address and improperly hired a close friend while 'living rent-free' in the friend's basement."

    DeMorning DeBonis: Jan. 27, 2011

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