'No Match' mishap in Illinois?
"A federal judge in San Francisco has temporarily blocked the government from sending out the letters. ... The next hearing in the case is set for Oct. 1. Still, immigrant advocates say, the threat of beefed-up enforcement has caused some employers to overreact," the Tribune reports. For more "no match" news, see "Protest over firings leads to more at Aurora plant" and "Opposition to 'No Match' Letters Mounting," Sept. 21. For more immigration coverage, see austinchronicle.com/chronic.
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