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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

GENERATIONS HEALTHCARE SUED BY DOJ

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by Chris Musillo


The US Department of Justice filed suit against Generations Healthcare, a Skilled Nursing Facility, on Friday September 30, 2011. The lawsuit alleges that Generations Healthcare engaged in a pattern or practice of discrimination by imposing unnecessary documentary requirements on job applicants.


The DOJ's press release says that its investigation uncovered evidence that Generations Healthcare required all newly hired non-U.S. citizens and naturalized U.S. citizens at its St. Francis Pavilion facility to present specific and extra work authorization documents beyond those required by federal law to prove their status. These documents were not required of native-born UScitizens.


MU Law clients and friends are reminded that US employers have to comply with the Form I-9 when hiring new employees. The Form I-9 identifies a variety of documents that may be used by job applications to prove valid work authorization and identity; it does not mandate that any specific document must be used.


Read the full Healthcare and Immigration Law Blog at www.musillo.com or www.ilw.com.

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  1. monker's Avatar
    Thanks for your share!
  2. Juan's Avatar
    i like how everyone keeps coimng up with how do you spot and illegal .well can they speak english .if not then that's the guy are they at the welfare office if so got a good chance there's your man besides that ,its irrelevant how you spot an illegal since the law clearly states that you can only be questioned if you are already committing a crime or are suspected of committing a crime! not just randomly on the street .which if you are here (undocumented) then you are already committing a crime hence the illegal part . hopefully more states will follow arizona and take matters into their own hands! since our gov. chooses to bury their heads in the sand about the whole situation! maybe our children will live in a country where you don't have to press one for ENGLISH!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. Hind's Avatar
    I suspect many of those who leave Canada for hetalhcare reasons would suggest it was due to obscenely long wait times and limited access to specialist services. On the other hand basic access to hetalhcare, regardless of financial status, must be a measure of good'! If Canada slowly moves into a two-tier system, we will inevitably see a decline in patients going elsewhere though this does nothing to prevent a quality disparity between the two systems.
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