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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

E-VERIFY PROPOSED RULE ANSWERS SOME QUESTIONS

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Just got my hands on the proposed rule implementing the President's E-Verify Executive Order (thanks Naomi). A couple of items of note:



- normally, employers may only enter new employees in E-Verify; however, the proposed rule requires contractors to verify existing employees working on the government contract



- only contracts involving more than $3000 will trigger the E-Verify requirement



- subcontractors with contracts worth more than $3000 will be covered



- employers will have 30 days to enroll in E-Verify after signing a contract with the E-Verify clause in it



- agencies will have to include the E-Verify clause on any contracts awarded or solicitations issued after the rule takes effect



- the head of an agency has the power to waive the requirement



Here is the proposed rule - Download proposed_contractor_regulation.pdf

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