Frequently Asked Questions on All Things Social Security
This collaborative briefing was written by Michael C. Saqui of Dowling Aaron Incorporated, Chris Schulte of CJ Lake, LLC, and Rob Roy, President and General Counsel of Ventura County Agricultural Association
Beginning this month, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is sending "Employer Correction Request" letters, also known as "no-match letters," to every employer that has at least one Social Security "no-match”.
The letters are likely meant to intimidate employers, but explicitly state that they do not have anything to do with any employee’s work authorization or immigration status. Follow this link to read the complete article.