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E-Verify Effective Date for Foreign Workers, Postponed

World Journal, new report, http://www.worldjournal.com/wj-us-news.php?nt_seq_id=1841221 Posted: Feb 04, 2009

NEW YORK The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has postponed the E-Verify program for 60 more days making it effective on April 3, instead of Feb. 2, the date announced last December. The World Journal reports that before the new date, employers can still hire immigrants who hold one of the following documents: a U.S. passport, green card, temporary green card, foreign passport with a green card stamp, different kinds of working permits and non-immigrant visas that allow the holder to work in the United States. After April 3, some kinds of working permits will be no longer acceptable, and people who hold temporary green cards must present notice, that can be electronically verified, of a green card interview.


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