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QUESTION: legally required time to verify citizenship status

question / pregunta: 

I'm doing an article about a recent case in which 80-100 workers at Best Brands were laid off because their social security numbers were incorrect after the company did an internal audit. I was wondering if there is a legally mandated amount of time an employer is supposed to give an employee if there is an error found with his SSN#. I know that for employees that receive a no-match letter it's 90 days, but this is different because it comes from an internal audit that the company voluntarily did. In this case, when the Social Security Administration hasn't been involved, is the employer still required to give employees a certain amount of time to fix discrepancies?

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