When the Trump Administration took office back in January, most people believed that they were going to focus on three things:
- The repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act
- Tax cuts
- Tightening the country’s borders as it pertained to immigration
We all know what happened with the repeal and replacement of the ACA. The Republicans have tried a couple of times, but simply do not have the votes to make it happen, even in their own party.
Anyone who has seen attempts at tax cuts over the last 30-plus years knows how challenging the passage of that can be.
That leaves immigration. There’s been a lot of squabbling about walls, travel bans, and the such, but some things seem to have gone under the radar.
Immigration has been a hot topic ever since President Donald Trump was elected. New changes have put a focus on new and potential laws that will impact employers all over the country, including the update to the I-9 form and potential expansion of the E-Verify program.