South Carolina Begins Verifying Businesses' Immigration-Law Compliance

At least seven employers in South Carolina have been cited for violating the state's newest tweaks to its immigration law, which requires all new employees, other than farm laborers, ministers and domestic servants, to be verified through the federal database.
October 26, 2012
 

At least seven employers in South Carolina have been cited for violating the state's newest tweaks to its immigration law, which requires all new employees, other than farm laborers, ministers and domestic servants, to be verified through the federal database.

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