Public Contracts for Services and Illegal Aliens Law

 

A Colorado law, § 8-17.5-101 & 102, C.R.S., concerning public contracts for services and illegal aliens became effective on August 7, 2006 and was amended on May 13, 2008. The law applies to contractors who enter into or renew public contracts for services with a state agency or political subdivision.

For additional information, you may wish to contact the Division of Labor, the state agency or political subdivision involved with the contract, or an attorney.

Fact Sheet
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Department Program for Contractors:

For information concerning the Department Program which employers may use in lieu of registering for E-Verify, please see the following:

Department Program Process Guide
Contractor Notice of Participation Form
Sample Contractor Affirmation Form

Public Contracts for Services Immigration Complaint

The Division of Labor will take written complaints and investigate contractors and subcontractors to assess their level of compliance with the Public Contracts for Services and Illegal Aliens law. If you wish to make a complaint you must fully complete the form below and submit to the Division.

Public Contracts for Services Immigration Complaint Form

 
References

Public Contracts for Services and Illegal Aliens Law 8-17.5-101 and 102, C.R.S.

Websites

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
E-Verify
E-Verify Questions and Answers
How to Use E-Verify
E-Verify Registration

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