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Immigration and Employment Verification

Enacted Legislation

SB 1401: Final version (May 26, 2006) prohibits the employment of a person as a police or peace officer unless the employing agency has verified and reported that such person has provided proof of U.S. citizenship or resident alien status pursuant to the employment eligibility verification form from INS.

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HB 1804: Final version (April 4, 2007) states that no public employer shall enter into a contract for the physical performance of services within the state unless the contractor registers and participates in the Basic Pilot Program to verify the work authorization status of all new employees. Provides that no contractor or subcontractor who enters a contract with a public employer shall enter into such a contract or subcontract in connection with the physical performance of services within the state unless the contractor or subcontractor registers and participates in the Basic Pilot Program to verify information of all new employees. Effective November 1, 2007.

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