Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 19:55:06 -0800
From: Paralegal
Subject: Re: stop W-4, W-9 & SSN disclosure

Please share this with anyone interested in bringing home all their pay (no deductions for social security or income taxes.) This is just the beginning of the process. You must realize most companies will either refuse to hire you or demand you submit forms/info as a condition to keep your job. Others will ignore you and continue to make unauthorized deductions from your pay.

It has to start somewhere, so here's the info to help you.

-----Original Message-----
From: Paralegal
Date: Wednesday, March 17, 1999 3:05 PM
I have our clients submit an unsigned I-9 form to the company with the top paragraph highlighting the part which reads: "ANTI-DISCRIMINATION NOTICE. It is illegal to discriminate against work eligible individuals. Employers CANNOT specify which document(s) they will accept from an employee."

This form, together with a copy of 8 U.S.C. 1342a(b), 1342b(a),1342a(b)(2), the worker's Attestation of employment authorization, a copy of the Privacy Act of 5 U.S.C. Annotated 552(a), and a summary of the EEOC v. Information Systems Consulting CA-92-0169-T In the United States District Court Northern District of Texas Dallas Division are to remain permanently in the client's personnel file.

Armed with this information, all you reading this post now know how you can apply for a job or keep the one you have without legally submitting a Form W-4 or Form W-9, and legally not disclose your SSN as a condition for employment. Otherwise, the company has violated the law and your rights. So sue them!

Additionally, if a worker so desires (but it's not mandatory) a U.S. Passport (current or expired) is one of the documents the DOJ (Dept. of Justice) lists to establish both identity and employment eligibility.

J Simms
Stop the fraudulent withholding of social security & income taxes
each pay day. No law requires most workers to have a SSN or
to submit a Form W-4 or W-9 as a condition of employment or
to keep your present job. Check out information about your rights.