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Immigration. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires that every person present proof to the Company of their identity and eligibility and/or authorization to accept employment with the Company. In order to comply with this law you must provide appropriate documentation to prove both your identity and legal eligibility to be employed at the Company.

Immigration. Each Party is responsible for handling and processing all immigration and employment-related issues and requirements (including processing visas and ensuring compliance with all applicable Laws) arising in connection with its personnel, and the other Party will not be required to participate in any such immigration or visa activities.

Immigration. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires that every person present proof to the Company of their identity and eligibility and/or authorization to accept employment with the Company. In order to comply with this law, and before you can become a Company employee, you must provide appropriate documentation to prove both your identity and legal eligibility to be employed at the Company. Please be sure to bring this documentation with you to your employee orientation. If you are working in the United States on a VISA, you will need to provide copies of this documentation at your employee orientation. Failure to do so may result in over withholding of taxes.

Immigration Matters. It is understood that “sponsorship for permanent residency” solely constitutes an agreement by The Partnership to authorize the state appointed immigration attorney to file an application for labor certification and permanent residency on its behalf with the Employee as the beneficiary. Sponsorship does not imply any financial agreement with regard to the above matters with the exception of payment of attorney fees and costs for the Labor Certification application or the equivalent amount toward preparation of a Work Authorization and Permanent Residency Petition for Employee and immediate family.

For purposes of federal immigration law, you will be required to provide to the Company documentary evidence of your identity and eligibility for employment in the United States. Such documentation must be provided to us within three business days of your date of hire, or our employment relationship with you may be terminated.

The Company is and has been in compliance with all laws regarding work authorization and immigration, including the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the Immigration Act of 1990 and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRIRA).

#The Immigration Reform Control Act;

The Immigration Reform and Control Act, as amended;

#Immigration Act Compliance. As a condition of your employment, you will be required to furnish all necessary documentation that will satisfy the requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Details as to the required documentation will be provided once your employment begins.

The Company will no longer support or retain services for your U.S. immigration matters following the Separation Date. You agree that all U.S. immigration obligations and costs arising therefrom including, but not limited to, renewal of your Lawful Permanent Resident card and/or applications to obtain re-entry permits, will be your responsibility.

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