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News: Temporary Restraining Order against Enforcement of No-Match Regulation is Extended

Temporary Restraining Order against Enforcement of No-Match Regulation is Extended

On October 1, 2007, Judge Charles Breyer of the U.S. District Court for Northern California extended his earlier temporary restraining order preventing the Department of Homeland Security from enforcing its controversial new "no-match" regulation for at least an additional 10 days. That regulation, which was to have taken effect on September 14, 2007, is described in an earlier posting on this site.

The Court order also continues the temporary block on the Social Security Administrationís plan to issue approximately 140,000 no-match letters to employers with employees whose names don't match their Social Security numbers. An earlier TRO issued by the court was to expire on October 1st.

A full decision on the programís legality is expected within the next 10 days.


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