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SSA announces return of "no-match" letters

  1. Date Announced

    July 1, 2018

    SSA notifies employers that it intends to resume sending "no-match" letters to employers in 2019. The letters indicate that tax information submitted by an employer does not match the SSA's records. Such letters could potentially suggest that an employee is an undocumented immigrant. [ID #518]

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  3. Subsequent Action

    May 15, 2019

    The SSA began sending no-match letters again in May 2019.

    Feds’ ID verification letters frighten eateries, hotels that hire immigrants

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