Alerts and Cautions for Businesses

Alerts Regarding Potentially Deceptive Solicitations

Our office has been notified that potentially deceptive or misleading solicitations are being sent to Colorado businesses.  Read more about this alert.


Employment of Unauthorized Aliens and e-Verify

Federal law prohibits employers from hiring or continuing to employ an unauthorized alien. The work status of new employees can be verified using the Electronic Verification Program (E-Verify), administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration. View more information.


Violation of Public Contracts

Our office is required to post the names of vendors using contractors who knowingly employ illegal aliens to perform work on any public contracts for services for the State of Colorado. View more information, including a list of such contractors.


Caution Regarding Business Transactions

Before transacting business with others, you may want to review restrictions and obligations imposed by federal law. For more information, read "Federal Anti-Terrorism Laws and Law Firm Clients" (Mackintosh, et al.) or contact the U.S. Department of Treasury or the Office of Foreign Asset Control.



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