In the News December 25, 2007

Eileen Scofield Quoted by Atlanta Journal Constitution Regarding "No Match" Letters

In an article discussing the Social Security Administration's decision not to mail out "no match" letters to more than 138,000 U.S. employers, Alston & Bird immigration lawyer Eileen Scofield points out that employers are likely to be relieved if their employees were among the 8.6 million workers nationwide flagged by the new immigration procedures.  Nathan Homes, SSA Atlanta spokesperson, stated that the plan is to release the letters for the 2007 tax year. 
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