The Social Security Administration ("SSA") announced this month that it will not issue "no-match letters" this year. The SSA typically issues informative "no-match letters" to employers to alert them that a worker's Social Security number does not match employer-provided information. Under a new rule, however, the letter would have threatened employers with civil and criminal liability under immigration law for failing to resolve the discrepancy within 90 days. A consortium of labor, civil rights, and business groups filed suit in California federal court and obtained a preliminary injunction preventing the SSA from including the revised language.