REPORT: Feds expand investigations into companies hiring immigrants without work papers
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The federal agency tasked with enforcing immigration laws inside the U.S. is on track to launch more than twice as many investigations this year into whether U.S. companies are hiring workers legally or if they’re taking on immigrants who don’t have work authorization.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Monday it has opened 3,510 work-site probes, launched 2,282 audits of I-9 employment eligibility documents, and arrested nearly 600 people on criminal charges and another 600 on work-site administrative charges from October, the beginning of the fiscal year, through May 4.
The article goes on to state the following:
In fiscal year 2017, ICE opened a total of 1,700 investigations, commenced 1,360 audits, and arrested a little more than 300 people total.
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