California Food Manufacturer Forced to Pay $1.5 million Fine and Establish Corporate Immigration Com

ICE strikes again! A California food manufacturer’s I-9s were audited by ICE and the company was found to have employed several dozen unauthorized employees in addition to lacking corporate immigration compliance plans, policies, and procedures. Mary’s Gone Crackers, a gluten free food manufacturer, ended up signing a non-prosecution agreement with the U.S. Attorney to avoid criminal liability for its corporate immigration violations. The non-prosecution agreement stated that Mary’s Gone Crackers would agree to pay $1.5 million in fines and establish an corporate immigration compliance program. We've seen ICE force employers to spend $500,000 setting up proper immigration compliance. The com

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