A background check is a reliable way of verifying claims made by job seekers during the hiring process. It provides a way for employers to ensure that people they hire are in fact eligible to work in the U.S. and that’s why companies as the Island Now specialize in this area to make the process easier. The process allows an employer to verify a job seeker’s eligibility to work in the U.S. without having to conduct an interview.
Background checks can also help prevent identity theft.
For more information on background checks, check out the Department of Labor’s webpage on the topic.
Check out the National Employment Law Project website for more information on these important topics:
Suspension/Removal for Not Paying Taxes:
In addition to filing taxes in the proper format, U.S. citizens or resident aliens are subject to the income tax requirements for a foreign financial institution or broker if the following two conditions are met: The individual:
Fails to file U.S. taxes on a timely basis for two consecutive years; or
Fails to pay any applicable tax for one or more of the years.
The individual is a nonresident alien and is a financial institution or broker as defined in 601.701(b)(3) and: Is registered as such under the laws of its home country.
Fails to register as such with the Secretary of the Treasury under the laws of the foreign country in which it is established.
Fails to maintain a filing or reporting schedule as prescribed by the Department of the Treasury, for the most recently ended tax year, which includes information required by the Secretary of the Treasury with respect to all relevant entities and persons in the foreign country. Fails to comply with any regulation issued by the Secretary of the Treasury with respect to the collection of taxes in a foreign country.