DOJ To Issue New Rule On Unfair Immigration Job Practices

By Allissa Wickham (August 12, 2016, 7:25 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday unveiled a proposed rule that would update the regulations that implemented a part of immigration law concerned with so-called "unfair, immigration-related employment practices," with the proposed changes defining certain important statutory terms.

The notice of proposed rule-making, which is slated to be published in the Federal Register on Monday, contained several updates concerning unfair immigration-related employment practices, such as defining terms like "hiring" and "fee-based" recruitments.

"This proposed definition is intended to make clear that conduct during the entire process of recruitment or referral for a fee, and not solely the employer's final recruitment...

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