States not mandating e verify

Contractors and subcontractors doing business with Hernando County are required to use E-Verify to check the employment eligibility of all new hires.

Penalties: Possible denial of future county projects.

Penalties: Ineligibility to receive and/or loss of federal contracts.

More Info: Executive Order 11-02, Executive Order 11-116, Legislative File 3516, City of Bonita Springs Ordinance 09-04 All Georgia public employers as well as contractors and subcontractors performing services within the state for a public employer are required to use E-Verify for all new employees.

As of April 2012, all Alabama employers are required to use E-Verify.

Also, as a condition for the award of any contract, grant, or incentive by the state or any political subdivision or state-funded entity, all businesses and their subcontractors shall provide documentation establishing that they are enrolled in the E-Verify program and shall use E-Verify during the performance of the contract.

While E-Verify is not mandated for private employers, those who don't use E-Verify may fail to qualify for certain tax credits on state income taxes. State contractors are prohibited from bidding or contracting for state work without first submitting an affidavit attesting that they will use E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of workers throughout the project.

State contractors must also obtain sworn statements from their subcontractors attesting to the use of E-Verify.

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