On June 15, 2009, a bill (A4086) was introduced which would establish penalties against any employer that knowingly allows its motor vehicle to be operated by an employee who is an unauthorized alien. The bill provides a penalty of $10,000 for the first violation. All subsequent violations would result in penalties of $20,000.

Note: This article was published in the July 2009 issue of the New Jersey eAuthority.

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