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Personal info form Receipt of a no-match letter does not necessarily indicate that an employee is not work authorized; no-match letters can be issued due to relatively minor discrepancies, such as typographical errors. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In March 2019, the Social Security Administration (SSA) resumed issuance of Educational Correspondence (EDCOR)/Employer Correction Requests (known as “no-match” letters). For decades, SSA sent out no-match letters regularly, but it stopped in 2012.

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