Immigration Legislation's Impact on Surety Bonds
The Surety & Fidelity Association of America (SFAA) has been working closely with other interested groups to monitor immigration laws to identify what, if any, impact they will have on the surety bond industry. Specifically, the SFAA has worked to help contractors found in violation of such laws by trying to change the way penalties are handed down. Their thought is that project termination should not necessarily be the first option for a penalty, because terminating an on-going project may end up costing the taxpayers more money. Such terminations have many underlying costs associated with delays, etc, and will ultimately prove to be nonbeneficial to the public entity.
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