Supplemental Final Rule on No-Match Letters Issued

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued its Supplemental Final Rule providing more background and analysis for the DHSís No-Match Rule.  The original No-Match Rule provided guidance on the steps employers can take to resolve discrepancies noted in the Social Security Administrationís no-match letters to employers.

Implementation of this rule was postponed due to a preliminary injunction issued by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.  The Supplemental Final Rule is designed to address the Courtís issues at the time the injunction was ordered.  The DHS included in this supplement a more detailed analysis of how the no-match policy was developed and an economic analysis of the rule.  The DHS now plans on requesting that the Court lift the injunction so that DHS may proceed with implementation of the No-Match Rule.
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