CHARLOTTE, NC—Womble Bond Dickinson immigration law attorney Jennifer Cory spoke to members of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Compliance & Ethics Network in a June 18 webinar. Cory discussed “The Return of the Social Security Administration No Match Letter.”
The Social Security Administration No Match Letter informs employers whenever they submit at least one name & Social Security Number combination on Form W-2 that does not match Social Security Administration records. When an employer receives such a letter, corrections are needed for Social Security Administration to properly post the employee’s earnings to the correct record, while also educating employers and encouraging them to use Social Security Administration online wage reporting tools to improve the accuracy of their wage reporting.
- Cory’s presentation explored such questions as:
- What are employers asked to check?
- What are the consequences for non-compliance? And
- Does the Social Security Administration share this information with other agencies?
Womble Bond Dickinson is the long-time sponsor of the ACC Compliance & Ethics Network.
Jennifer Cory leads the Womble Immigration Solutions team. She navigates the complexities of U.S. immigration law to design efficient, effective visa routes for her clients, who include educators, entrepreneurs, executives, innovators, and investors in key industry sectors such as academia, automotive, financial, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and technology.