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And now in the Category of WTF: On Thursday (May 31, 2012) the Justice Department announced that it filed a civil lawsuit against the Tuscany Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, accusing the company of engaging in "a pattern or practice of discrimination in the employment eligibility verification and re-verification process."

The DOJ complaint alleges that Tuscany treated non-citizens differently from U.S. citizens during the employment eligibility verification and re-verification process by requesting non-citizen employees to provide more or different documents or information than required of U.S. Citizens

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And now in the Category of WTF: On Thursday (May 31, 2012) the Justice Department announced that it filed a civil lawsuit against the Tuscany Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, accusing the company of engaging in "a pattern or practice of discrimination in the employment eligibility verification and re-verification process."

The DOJ complaint alleges that Tuscany treated non-citizens differently from U.S. citizens during the employment eligibility verification and re-verification process by requesting non-citizen employees to provide more or different documents or information than required of U.S. Citizens


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I am not related to a the casino. I am a non-resident and work in Information Technology. Its normal to provide additional documents in every field for non-citizens. The DOJ requires them from the employer. But if DOJ has accepted this case against the casino, probably the casino was being extra cautious and was asking for too much documentation.

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DOJ is just trying to set up an environment that will allow for voter fraud come November. So they cite this along with the movements to create a voter ID requirement as being discriminatory. Why was the DOJ in Wisconsin watching for discrimination at the polls during the Walker recall?....... They want to ensure that measures put in place to prevent voter fraud are squashed.
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I wonder how many hotels, restaurants, landscapers, construction sites, agricultural operations ... would survive with the absence of cheap foreign labour. The fact is that most of North America's population will not work for $10 an hour or do hard manual labour required by a lot of these jobs. I think it is interesting watching politicians making statements about how they will fix the illegal worker situation, if in fact they fixed it who would pick their oranges, mow their lawn or clean their hotel rooms. Rather then threatening deportation they should think about how these good people can be treated in a more equitable manner. I think there is a real need for a reality check.

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