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Status: Cancelled

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986

To Provide grantees with additional information on the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.


All Native American Grantees


HERBERT FELLMAN PAUL A. MAYRAND Chief Director Division of Indian and Native Office of Special American Programs Targeted Programs


October 28, 1989

Expiration Date


Rescissions:    None.
Text :
Reference. DINAP Bulletin 87-7. Background. On August 11, 1987 DINAP provided grantees with information on the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). It covered the requirements and procedures for complying with IRCA. It also detailed the implications for the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA). The attachment to this bulletin makes clear in a question and answer format who is covered by the law, the documents a prospective employee must produce, how the Form 1-9 is completed, and the individual's rights against employment discrimination. The information is presented in identical English and Spanish versions. Action. Grantees should add the attachment to the information provided in DINAP Bulletin 87-7, and also insure that it is prominently available to all applicants and participants. Questions. Consult your DINAP Federal Representative or the nearest office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Attachments :
For a copy of the attachment, please contact Brenda Tollerson at (202) 219-8502.

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