Roofing and Illegal Immigrants

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When considering home improvement of any kind, there is a lot more to think about than just supplies and labor. If you decide to contract the work yourself, without the presence of a professional, you could subject yourself to a lot of potential problems. If you are considering the installation of a new roof, you may want to hire a professional contractor unless you can complete the job without hiring any additional labor. If you take on the job of hiring employees to complete the work, without a contractor, there is a lot to be aware of with roofing and illegal immigrants.

As the roofing industry continues to grow, more workers are needed to complete more jobs. Roofing and illegal immigrants is a growing concern among employers. In order to avoid liabilities, fines and other penalties, employers need to familiarize themselves with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, which was passed in order to control unauthorized immigrating to the United States. This new law not only affects roofing and illegal immigrants, but all employers who may hire immigrants not authorized to work in the United States.

Every roofing contractor is responsible for conducting a...

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