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G&A Partners Hosts Webinar On Social Security No-Match Letters

HOUSTON—Nov 1, 2007 — G&A Partners, a fully integrated Houston-based human resource (HR) and administrative services company, hosts its newest webinar, “Myths and Facts of Social Security ‘No Match’ Letters,” on Nov. 1. This webinar explores the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) new “No Match” regulations and differentiate myths from facts.

On Oct. 10, 2007, a federal judge temporarily halted the implementation of the DHS’ new “No Match” regulations. Under the regulations, employers who receive “No Match” letters must take affirmative steps to resolve the issues that gave rise to the “No Match” letter or face possible civil and criminal liability. A “No Match” letter is issued when an employee’s Social Security number does not match the employee’s name in either the DHS’ or the Social Security Administration’s databases.

This complimentary webinar will be hosted by Jacob Monty, managing partner for Monty Partners, LLP. Registration is currently open for the webinar. To register, visit <>.

“This webinar informs HR professionals about what to do if they receive a “No Match” letter and dispels many of the myths surrounding these letters,” said Anthony Grijalva Jr., vice president of marketing for G&A Partners. “The information presented is critical for understanding how these new regulations could impact your business.”

HOUSTON—Nov 1, 2007 — G&A Partners, a fully integrated Houston-based human resource (HR) and administrative services company, hosts its newest webinar, “Myths and Facts of Social Security ‘No Match’ Letters,” on Nov. 1. This webinar explores the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) new “No Match” regulations and differentiate myths from facts.

On Oct. 10, 2007, a federal judge temporarily halted the implementation of the DHS’ new “No Match” regulations. Under the regulations, employers who receive “No Match” letters must take affirmative steps to resolve the issues that gave rise to the “No Match” letter or face possible civil and criminal liability. A “No Match” letter is issued when an employee’s Social Security number does not match the employee’s name in either the DHS’ or the Social Security Administration’s databases.

This complimentary webinar will be hosted by Jacob Monty, managing partner for Monty Partners, LLP. Registration is currently open for the webinar. To register, visit <>.

“This webinar informs HR professionals about what to do if they receive a “No Match” letter and dispels many of the myths surrounding these letters,” said Anthony Grijalva Jr., vice president of marketing for G&A Partners. “The information presented is critical for understanding how these new regulations could impact your business.”

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