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No-match rule turns the Social Security Agency into a law enforcement agency

The validity of the no-match rule as a means to catch illegal immigrants continues to be litigated in the California northern district (San Francisco) federal court.  As background, beginning in 1994, the Social Security Administration (“SSA” ) started ending out “no match” … Continue reading

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