Passing of New Law Targets Nevada Businesses Hiring Illegal Workers

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A recent law was passed in Las Vegas, directly affecting businesses that hire illegal immigrants. Resources like are assisting those businesses affected by Assembly Bill 383, which cracks down on their hiring, with information and alternative solutions.

The passing of Assembly Bill 383 has many local businesses shaking in their boots as they seek new ways of hiring employees. The bill enforces strict penalties on businesses that hire undocumented workers, forcing many to reevaluate their staff. Many questions are being raised by business owners and those illegally employed. It will take effect on October 1st.

Alfredo Martinez, owner of two restaurants, speaks about his employees and the issue at hand. Says Martinez: "They'll show you their social security card, their health card, and their green card. That's what we ask them for and we start from there." Martinez admits when hiring workers, many of them show up with the right documents that could be falsified. Employers can verify the social security numbers of their employees online. Martinez is not too worried about his business, but says he knows several others that will be affected and feels this law will cause more harm than help.

While other business owners are worried that their staff will be depleted as a result of the new law, some are being proactive and seeking help form resources like, which offer alternatives and solutions for immigrants. Business owners hiring illegal immigrants will hopefully be minimized and controlled. What this means for businesses and the state is on the minds of many people.

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Specializing in helping immigrants gain citizenship through alternate legal means, Immigration Law Help provides the latest information on Immigration Law. While they are not supportive of illegal immigration, they believe that through legal means, immigrants can become full US citizens. The company also provides legal services for those interested.

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