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USCIS has reminded employers that they may accept only unrestricted Social Security cards for I-9 verification purposes, and they have updated the form accordingly.
The Department of State recently issued a reminder about upcoming changes to domestic air travel documentation requirements under the Real ID Act, which requires all state-issued identification documents to meet a set of minimum security standards.
After just six months serving as Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary, Kevin McAleenan handed in his resignation on October 12. McAleenan was the fourth DHS Secretary of the Trump administration.
Four immigrants to the United States have been named Nobel laureates for 2019.
The Supreme Court has allowed enforcement of a new Trump administration rule, which requires asylum seekers passing through third countries to apply for asylum in those countries first before seeking asylum in the United States, to move forward pending disposition of the administration’s appeal in the Ninth Circuit.
On November 5, 2019, Fredrikson & Byron is hosting MIMA’s workshop on the business and legal need for creating accessible websites, apps and other digital tech.
The Minnesota Supreme Court recently affirmed an employer’s liability for more than a half million dollars in unpaid overtime wages and an additional half million in liquidated damages because the employer’s split-day compensation system did not comply with the Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act (MFLSA).
Cost-plus contracts are common in the construction industry, and a recent case in Iowa will have significant implications for business practices in that industry.
The DOL’s new overtime rule is likely to survive the legal challenges that stopped the 2016 rule from going into effect. In the meantime, what should employers do to prepare for the rule’s effective date?