ICE reports that two Houston businesses each agreed to pay $2 million in fines to settle allegations that they knowingly hired undocumented workers. The cases were brought against Champion Windows and Advanced Containment Systems. ICE audited the Forms I-9 of these entities and found a "pattern and practice" of serious violations, including a high percentage of undocumented workers on their payrolls who were hired based on "egregiously suspect" identification and employment eligibility documents. The companies agreed to pay the fines as part of a non-prosecution agreement under which they also agreed to take corrective actions to address prior immigration violations.