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Changes to legislation signed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer will automatically clear certain convictions from public view, ultimately removing barriers to securing housing and employment for Michigan residents. Read More
E-Verify Requirement - Employer Action Required on Tentative Nonconfirmations ("TNC") Within 10 Federal Government Working Days
This requirement applies to all E-Verify enrolled employers. Read More
"Ban the box" laws, which prohibit employers from inquiring about conviction or arrest records on initial applications, have been enacted in 36 states and more than 150 municipalities in the U.S. Three areas that have recently updated existing laws are California, Hawaii and St. Louis, Missouri. Read More
Due to delays in production of the Form I-766, the USCIS has allowed applicants to instead use the Form I-797. Read More
By Rod M. Fliegel on September 16, 2020 Read More
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