NAHB Member Resources Available on Immigration Law
With proposed federal immigration reform legislation failing to pass the Senate this summer, many states are taking the issue into their own hands and proposing — and in some cases, passing — their own immigration legislation. In order to help builders stay informed about the immigration issue and comply with current regulations, NAHB has compiled resources in a special section of its Web site.
These resources provide NAHB members and home builders associations with vital information, including:
- Safe-harbor procedures for employers who receive no-match letters
- An overview of the I-9 verification process
- What to do during an ICE (U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement) audit
- Sample subcontractor immigration language
- Talking points for communication with members and key stakeholders
- Statistics showing why legal immigrant workers are vital to the health of the U.S. economy
Builders can go to www.nahb.org/immigration to check out these and the many other articles, materials and data geared to helping association members on immigration issues and regulations.
For more information about immigration resources available from NAHB, e-mail Michael Strauss at NAHB, or call him at 800-368-5242, x8252 or contact David Crump, x8491.