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Feds shift immigration enforcement focus to employers

Policing agencies have been directed to crack down on bad employers and go lighter on employees.

The immigration enforcement agency said it will only go after individuals who are known violators instead of raiding restaurants and other employers on the basis of assumptions.

Mocking someone for an accent or lack of proficiency in English, or even using the term “illegal alien,” is now illegal.

The sweep targeted restaurants and other businesses in Nebraska, Minnesota and Nevada that allegedly conspired to place and exploit undocumented recruits.

Immigration officials have uncovered twice as many alleged instances of improper documentation since September as they did for the prior 12 months.

Citing a recent disclosure report, the AP notes that IFDA, whose members include broadline distributors large and small, also lobbied on various agency...

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SALT LAKE CITY - Independent operators are where the fun is in foodservice and it's incumbent upon savvy distributors to teach them ways to enhance that...

Facing a shallow labor pool and stepped-up enforcement by the Feds, the restaurant industry is putting pressure on lawmakers to ramp up immigration reform. And change may be closer than you think.

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