In 2011, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) created a central Form I-9 Audit Center and issued thousands of audit notices. This was followed by audits and criminal prosecutions of employers in 2012. After an investigation that began with a routine ICE audit of I-9s, a California restaurateur was sentenced to five years supervised probation and fined more than $275,000 after pleading guilty to knowingly employing a number of illegal immigrants for several years after ...

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