In July, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
announced it will rescind the infamous "no-match" rule initiated by
the Bush administration in 2006. This action is the culmination of
years of work by NRCA, other
business groups and organized labor to defeat the ill-conceived
DHS first proposed the no-match rule in 2006 after Congress
failed to enact immigration reform legislation. Despite strong
opposition, DHS moved forward with a final...
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