Hiring Non-U.S. Workers for Your Business

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As an employer, you are responsible for checking to make sure that your new hires are authorized to work in the United States. This is not as simple as it might sound. Other than U.S. citizens, a wide array of immigrants are allowed to work, including green card holders, asylees and refugees, some nonimmigrant (temporary) visa holders who have work permits, and more. Learn more about the various possibilities and your obligations here.

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