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Illegal Trade

Project Shield America is ICE’s initiative to protect the United States by preventing illegal exporters, targeted foreign countries, terrorist groups, and international criminal organizations from trafficking in Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and their components; obtaining and illegally exporting licensable commodities, technologies, conventional munitions, and firearms; exporting stolen property; and engaging in financial and other transactions which support these activities or violate U.S. sanctions and embargoes. Read More

National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Coordination Center)

The IPR serves as a point of contact for all U.S. government agencies, the Administration, Congress, and media outlets regarding IPR law-enforcement issues. The center also disseminates IPR intelligence for appropriate investigative and tactical use. The National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center) both serves as a collection point for intelligence provided by private industry and as a channel for law enforcement to obtain cooperation from private industry (in specific law enforcement situations). Read More

Worksite Enforcement

ICE's Worksite Enforcement Unit investigates companies that knowingly employ illegal aliens. ICE’s comprehensive worksite enforcement strategy promotes national security, protects critical infrastructure and ensures fair labor standards. By imposing worksite enforcement, ICE diminishes the risk of terrorist attacks posed by unauthorized workers employed in secure areas of our nation’s critical infrastructure system. ICE is working to combat unlawful employment and share the responsibility of minimizing vulnerabilities through a collaborative partnership program called ICE Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) Read More.

Safe Harbor for Employers Who Receive a No-Match Letter

DHS announces procedures for employers to resolve "no-match" letters issued by the Social Security Administration or letters from DHS concerning documents submitted by employees during the I-9 process. Rules and Regulations