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Weekly Update: Make Your Vote Count: General Election Ballots Due Nov. 7

Make Your Vote Count: General Election Ballots Due Nov. 7 The Washington Hospitality Association urges members to participate in the Nov. 7 general elections. The Association has endorsed candidates in

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Working Lunch: Labor shortage disrupts policy and politics

Restaurant and other business operators all over the country are dealing with labor shortages. It’s a crisis for some brands and that shortage is also disrupting policies and politics on various levels. On this episode, the Align Public Strategies crew examines changes that are happening including women leaving the labor force, immigration, and inmates being released from jails to fill jobs. (Nation’s Restaurant News)

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Eye on Hospitality: Path to Citizenship – What Employers Need to Know

There is a long road to becoming a United States citizen. Before applying for citizenship, immigrants must first obtain permanent residence (green card) status. While getting a green card has a reputation for being a lengthy, daunting process, it is one that is navigable and of great interest to employers who want to access the global talent pool.

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Employee Work Authorization Verification

On March 1, 2003, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) became part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its functions were divided into three agencies of that

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The restaurateur’s guide to immigration rules

I-9 forms. E-Verify. Visa rules. The web of immigration laws and regulations can be overwhelming, and the smallest slip-up can lead to steep fines and penalties.