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    rajumon3925 Guest

    Default Basic Queries - Academic Interest

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Federal.

    1. Why does ADEA require at least 20 employees while most other similar major laws require at least 15? Is it arbitrary or is there a rationale?

    2. Is I-9 not needed if one has only 3 employees? So it is OK to employ a couple of individuals unauthorized to work in the US?

    As mentioned, my interests are academic in nature. The questions were raised in class by my students.

    Thanks in advance,

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    Default Re: Basic Queries - Academic Interest

    1. Call them and ask
    2. Hiring any illegals is against the law. All employers must use I-9 to verify their employees.

    http://www.uscis.gov/i-9

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    Default Re: Basic Queries - Academic Interest

    1.) You'll have to ask the body who passed the law what their rationale was.

    2.) The I-9 is needed for ALL employees of ALL employers. The only exceptions are employees who have been continuously employed by the same employer since on or before November 6, 1986. As a 30 second google search would have told you or your "students".

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    rajumon3925 Guest

    Default Re: Basic Queries - Academic Interest

    Appreciate your responses, and the humor, as well.

    The confusion arose when the textbook stated the IRCA applied to employers with 4 or more employees. Here is a related question:

    Title VII prohibits national origin discrimination for employers with 15 or more employees.
    IRCA prohibits national origin discrimination for employers with 4 or more employees.

    Then, what about employers with 3 or less employees?

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