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The Nation

November 25, 1987

The Immigration and Naturalization Service reached a settlement with the Quality Inn on North Courthouse Road, in Arlington, Va., the first employer charged with violating the employer sanctions provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act, Commissioner Alan C. Nelson said. The original Notice of Intent to Fine, issued Oct. 2, 1987, specified fines of $16,500 for violations that included continued employment of 11 unauthorized aliens. In the settlement, the Quality Inn admitted to employment of aliens not authorized to work as well as paper work violations. It agreed to pay $11,000, withdraw its request for a hearing and to desist from further violations of the law.

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