If an employer was duped by false documentation, then I can understand not holding that against them. Unless there’s say 550 who are undocumented working for the same folks.
‘If an employer was duped by false documentation, then I can understand not holding that against them. Unless theres say 550 who are undocumented working for the same folks.’
The only way they can be ‘duped’ is if they don’t verify the Social Security Number, which costs less than 50 cents and takes less than 30 seconds with dozens upon dozens of employment screening companies nationally.
Its pretty frustrating to read this, given I can do exactly what I’ve detailed twice on this thread with literally a ‘wave of the hand’ here.
If a Social Security # is fake, the SS administration sends the employer a letter saying so.
Employers who are ‘duped’ by fake numbers, choose to do so.
The company I worked for employed less then 50 people. About 60% were Mexicans. Of course management knew they were illegal. At least one of them was about 14 years old. And there was an old man so old, he could barely get around. They were given extremely preferential treatment, too.
It’s a pretty good bet when you have a mexican employee who does not speak a word of English, that he might be an illegal.