Agency Memos & Announcements

DOJ and Apple Reach $25 Million Agreement to Resolve Employment Discrimination Allegations

11/9/23 AILA Doc. No. 23111301. Employer Compliance

DOJ announced that it reached a $25 million agreement with Apple Inc. to resolve allegations that Apple illegally discriminated in hiring and recruitment against U.S. citizens and certain non-U.S. citizens whose permission to live in and work in the United States does not expire. Under the agreement, Apple is required to pay up to $25 million in backpay and civil penalties, the largest award that the department has recovered under the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality act (INA).

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 23111301.